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Virtual Sheep Conference 2022 - Session 1

On Tuesday, 25th January, Fiona McGovern, Teagasc researcher based in Athenry chaired the first session of the Teagasc Virtual Sheep Conference 2022 which addressed ‘Reducing input costs while maximising productivity and Outlook for 2022’. You can access the webinar and conference publication here

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Both fertiliser and feed costs are likely to be up this year on sheep farms. So sheep producers need to plan and have strategies for reducing input costs while maximising productivity

Topics covered in Session 1

Fertiliser and Feed costs on sheep farms. Strategies for reducing input costs while maximising productivity
Michael Gottstein, Head of Sheep Knowledge Transfer, Teagasc

Global sheepmeat outlook for 2022
Seamus McMenamin, Sector Manager, Bord Bia

Watch Session 1 of the Sheep Conference below:

The Virtual Sheep Conference 2022 -Session 2: ‘Reducing lamb mortality and new veterinary medicine regulations for 2022’, held on 27th January 2022 will shortly be available on Teagasc Daily also