TResearch Autumn 2018
The Future of Food
The Future of Food
Fodder still an issue
Teagasc Research Magazine - Spring Edition 2008 Unlocking farm forest potential Mobilising soil phosphate E. sakazakii – an emerging pathogen Nitrogen efficiency for grazing cows
Clean Cattle Policy - A Guide for Beef Producers
A Development strategy for the Irish Pig Industry 2008 to 2015
This is a joint publication by Leader, Teagasc and the IFA. This book provides an introduction to bioenergy and an overview of the possibilities. It is a useful reference for farmers, and a starting point from which to identify the potential role for individual farmers in meeting our challenging national bioenergy targets in the heat, transport and electricity sectors.
Awareness of crop margins is vitally important since under the decoupled regime the Single Farm Payment (SFP) will be paid irrespective of what crop is grown. Moreover, it makes no sense to produce the crop at a loss. The bottom line is that the land must be maintained in “good agricultural and environmental condition”.
There is a significant body of national and EU legislation enacted relating to animal
Animal Bioscience Research Report 2008
Grange Research Report 2008
A number of studies have already been done on the future of Irish agriculture, sketching out the direction that the industry will go in the immediate future. Teagasc 2030, this Foresight report, is not a repeat of those exercises. Instead, it looks at how the economy will evolve into a knowledge economy; the role that the agriculture and food sectors will play in the new knowledge-based bioeconomy (KBBE) and how Teagasc can support and encourage such a development. This is an important report for Teagasc, because it looks at the skills and structures needed for a science-based organisation like Teagasc to support the information-driven economy of the future.
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