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Thursday, 01 October 2020 - Saturday, 31 October 2020

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Live on-farm 11am followed by virtual farm walk on Instagram and Twitter
Venue
Webinar and Virtual Farm walk
Event Time
11am
Due to current Government guidelines, the Careers Day is CANCELLED.
Venue
Kildalton College
Event Time
10am and 11am
Semi-natural grasslands in Ireland - precious resources under threat.
Venue
Online
Event Time
9.30am - 10.30am
A webinar series aimed at the Food and Drink Industry
Venue
Online
Event Time
9.30am - 10.20am
New Strawberry Varieties Online Seminar with guest presenter Johan Aelterman, IDRIS consultants, Belgium
Venue
Online
Event Time
7pm
A veterinary perspective on breeding and reproductive management
Venue
Online
Event Time
8.30pm to 9.30pm
The 4th webinar in the Research Insights series will discuss the new Teagasc ammonia marginal abatement cost curve – outlook to 2030
Venue
Online
Event Time
9.30am
Venue
Online
Event Time
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The Irish Coronavirus Sequencing Consortium is funded by Science Foundation Ireland and led by Professor Paul Cotter from Teagasc Moorepark. Teagasc are hosting a webinar on 7th October at 7PM to inform the public on the aims and activities of the consortium, including sample processing and data protection.
Venue
Online
Event Time
7pm
Innovation in Agricultural Extension and Education – Looking forward
Venue
Online Webinar
Event Time
10:00 - 16:00
What impacts the quality of water in Agricultural Catchments Programme [ACP]?
Venue
Online
Event Time
9.30am - 10.30am
A weekly webinar, ‘Farm Business Options', will feature news, views and interviews on current topics relevant to farm business diversification in Irish Agriculture.
Venue
Online
Event Time
11am
Join the Teagasc Horticulture College team - National Botanic Gardens for a virtual information event. The event will give details on the range of courses available at the college
Venue
Online
Event Time
4 - 5pm
11 years of Hi-resolution water monitoring. An overview of the equipment and methods undertaken by the ACP in six agricultural catchments.
Venue
Online
Event Time
9.30am - 10.30am
Irish Bioeconomy Week takes place from Monday,19th to Friday, 23rd October. A series of maps on the bioeconomy will be released each day to highlight its relevance for a wide range of stakeholders across many sectors.
Venue
Online
Event Time
-
Venue
Online
Event Time
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A weekly webinar, ‘Farm Business Options', will feature news, views and interviews on current topics relevant to farm business diversification in Irish Agriculture.
Venue
Online
Event Time
11am
Food Structure and Functionality is a free online symposium being held on Tuesday 20th October from 2-4.30pm.
Venue
Online
Event Time
2pm - 4.30pm
Irish Bioeconomy Week takes place from Monday,19th to Friday, 23rd October. A series of maps on the bioeconomy will be released each day to highlight its relevance for a wide range of stakeholders across many sectors.
Venue
Online
Event Time
-
A webinar series aimed at the Food and Drink Industry
Venue
Online
Event Time
9.30am - 10.20am
Virtual Tour of the Teagasc Moorepark Pig Research Facility
Venue
Online
Event Time
1.30pm
Irish Bioeconomy Week takes place from Monday, 19th to Friday, 23rd October. A series of maps on the bioeconomy will be released each day to highlight its relevance for a wide range of stakeholders across many sectors.
Venue
Online
Event Time
-
The first of two Teagasc Research Insights Webinars focusing on food.
Venue
Online
Event Time
9:30am
Autumn Plant Health
Venue
Online
Event Time
3pm
Key Husbandry Practices in Pig Production
Venue
Online
Event Time
1.30pm
Irish Bioeconomy Week takes place from Monday, 19th to Friday, 23rd October. A series of maps on the bioeconomy will be released each day to highlight its relevance for a wide range of stakeholders across many sectors.
Venue
Online
Event Time
-
Biosecurity & Energy use; Farm visit to Eugene & Ciaran Sheehan's progressive pig farm in Co. Cork
Venue
Online
Event Time
1.30pm
Irish Bioeconomy Week takes place from Monday, 19th to Friday, 23rd October. A series of maps on the bioeconomy will be released each day to highlight its relevance for a wide range of stakeholders across many sectors.
Venue
Online
Event Time
-
The Agricultural Catchments Programme assessment of the Nitrates Derogation
Venue
Online
Event Time
9.30am - 10.30am
The role of feed ingredients in disease transmission; webinar with Dr. Scott Dee, Director of Research for Pipestone Applied Research, Minnesota USA
Venue
Online
Event Time
1.30pm
A weekly webinar, ‘Farm Business Options', will feature news, views and interviews on current topics relevant to farm business diversification in Irish Agriculture.
Venue
Online
Event Time
11am
Venue
Salesian Agricultural College, Pallaskenry
Event Time
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Musculoskeletal disorders are injuries to muscles, ligaments, tendons, cartilage, discs and bones. In a European survey, 60% of workers identified MSDs as the most prevalent serious work-related problem that they encountered. This webinar will focus on preventing these injuries. All farmers are invited to join.
Venue
Online
Event Time
11am
Animal breeding as a cumulative and permanent strategy to environmental stewardship - VistaMilk, Teagasc, Moorepark
Venue
Online
Event Time
9.30am - 10.30am
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