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Past Webinars
Friday, 29 May

Economic Impact of Covid 19 on Irish Agriculture

COVID-19 is a serious challenge for Irish Agriculture. How might the emergency impact on incomes across agriculture in 2020? During this live interactive webinar on the possible impact of COVID-19 on farm incomes in Ireland this year speakers from Teagasc and ESRI discussed how might the emergency impact on incomes across agriculture in 2020?

Presenters: 
Professor Kieran McQuinn, ESRI; Dr Kevin Hanrahan, Teagasc; Mr Trevor Donnellan, Teagasc; Dr Fiona Thorne, Teagasc
Tuesday, 23 June

The Sustainability of Irish Agriculture

Sustainability is now at the core of Agricultural Policy both in Ireland and across the European Union, as evidenced by the recently published Farm to Fork Strategy.  This webinar gave an overview of the latest sustainability assessment for Irish agriculture, covering Economic, Social and Environmental Metrics.  This nationally representative assessment uses data derived from the National Farm Survey. 

Presenter: 
Dr. Cathal Buckley, Teagasc 

Monday, 29 June

National Farm Survey 2019 Webinar

This webinar gave an overview of the results of the Teagasc National Farm Survey 2019. It covered farm and enterprise margins, production costs, support payments and farm technical performance. National and regional level analysis was also included.

 

Presenters:

Mr. Trevor Donnellan, Teagasc, Mr. Brian Moran, Teagasc

Tuesday,
3 November

Teagasc Sustainability Report 2019

Sustainability is at the core of Agricultural Policy both in Ireland and in the European Union.  Join Teagasc researchers to learn about the Economic, Environmental and Social Sustainability of Irish Agriculture, including outcomes for 2019. This webinar will report on Economic, Social and Environmental Metrics, using nationally representative data from the Teagasc National Farm Survey. 

Presenters:

Prof. Gerry Boyle, Teagasc Director

Trevor Donnellan,
Head of Agricultural Economics and Farm Surveys Department, Teagasc

Cathal Buckley,
Teagasc Economist