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eProfit Monitor Analyis 2007

The Teagasc e-Profit Monitor is an internet based system which allows drystock farmers and their advisers to enter physical and financial data on their farm enterprises online. It is available through the Teagasc client site on www.client.teagasc.ie

01 September 2008
Type
Report
41 Pages
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TResearch: Autumn 2008

Teagasc Research Magazine - Autumn Edition 2008 Producing better beef Dairy cow welfare Innovation on Irish farms Breed composition of the national sheep flock

01 August 2008
Type
Magazine
48 Pages
4,630KB
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National Farm Survey Report 2007

The National Farm Survey is designed to collect and analyse information relating to farming activities as its primary objective. Information and data relating to other activities by the household are considered secondary and as such where this information is presented it should be interpreted with caution. For 2007 there are 1151 farms included in the analysis, representing 111,913 farms nationally. The population is based on the CSO 2005 Farm Structures Survey with farm typology based on the 2002 Standard Gross Margins (SGM).

01 July 2008
Type
Report
110 Pages
419KB
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Farm Fatalities in Ireland

A Geo-Demographic Assessment of Fatal Accidents Amongst Elderly Workers

30 June 2008
Type
Factsheet
23 Pages
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Disability in Farm Households

Recent information from the Census 2002 and a national survey conducted by the Teagasc National Farm Survey, indicates that disability affects a significant number of farm household members.

25 June 2008
Type
Factsheet
18 Pages
862KB
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Managing Staff

Your staff are your best asset. Keeping them happy is the key to the future success of your unit. The availability of better paid employment outside of agriculture and especially for semi-skilled labour in construction has resulted in a mass exodus of Irish workers from the pig sector.

05 June 2008
Type
Media Article
4 Pages
71KB