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Teagasc Research Insights Webinars

Welcome to the Teagasc Research Insights webinar series.

A series of webinars focused on addressing the challenges and opportunities in the agri-food sector and showcasing the latest thinking and Teagasc’s research in these areas.

Our one-hour webinars with Teagasc Researchers are aimed at anyone interested in our research, including professionals in the agriculture and food industry, other researchers, media, farmers, policy makers, EU and other international researchers and professionals.

View upcoming webinars below

View past webinars here


Webinar 13 - Achieving Sustainable Genetic Gain in Farmed Animals

Wednesday 3rd March 2021 at 9.30 am

This webinar will follow the process of how genetically elite parents of the next generation are identified and selected using modern-day breeding tools.

 

Presenter:

Donagh Berry - Teagasc Researcher & Director of VistaMilk SFI Research Centre

Panellists:

Webinar 14 - New Reproductive Technologies to Increase the Sustainability of Milk and Beef Production

Thursday 18th March 2021 at 9.30 am

This webinar will discuss the development of new reproductive technologies in relation to heat detection, sexed semen, IVF and male fertility.

Presenter:

Pat Dillon - Head of Animal and Grassland Research and Innovation Programme

Panellists:

Webinar 15 - Increasing the Value of Beef from the Dairy Herd

Wednesday 31st March 2021 at 9.30 am

This webinar will discuss how to maximise the value of beef coming from the dairy herd by selecting genetically elite beef sires and implementing best management practices in dairy beef systems.

Presenter:

Donagh Berry - Teagasc Researcher & Director of VistaMilk SFI Research Centre

Panellists:

  • Alan Twomey - DBI – Selecting the best beef sires for the dairy herd
  • Nicky Byrne - Optimising dairy-beef systems of production 
  • Padraig French - Using dairy-beef genetics to reduce methane output

Past Webinars



Land Use Webinars - Making the most of our land


The Soil Series



Food Series