Our Organisation Search
Quick Links
Toggle: Topics
Filter Publications
Filter

Publications

Placeholder image PDF
Manure processing

North Carolina (NC) is well ahead of Ireland in evaluating manure processing technology and the picture so far is far from positive. With a breeding herd of over one million sows, it is the second biggest pig production state in the U.S., producing an estimated 17 million m3 (3.74 billion gallons) of pig manure annually.

19 November 2006
Type
Media Article
6 Pages
64KB
Placeholder image PDF
TResearch: Winter 2006

Teagasc Research Magazine - Winter Edition 2006 Cream of the crop - Improving food quality through novel processing technologies

01 November 2006
Type
Magazine
32 Pages
1,695KB
Placeholder image PDF
Pig Conference 2006

Proceedings of National Pig Conference 2006

16 October 2006
Type
Event Proceeding
94 Pages
448KB
Placeholder image PDF
Annual Report 2005

To generate and apply new knowledge for the sustainable development of agriculture and the food processing industry to enable it to respond profitably to consumer demands and requirements and contribute to a vibrant rural economy and society.

01 October 2006
Type
Report
96 Pages
1,540KB
Placeholder image PDF
Tuarascáil Bhliantúil 2005 agus Ráitis Airgeadais

Eolas nua a chruthú agus a chur i bhfeidhm ar mhaithe le forbairt inbhuanaithe talmhaíochta agus an tionscail phróiseála bia le cur ar a chumas freagairt go brabúsach ar éilimh agus ceanglais tomhaltóirí agus cur le geilleagar agus sochaí tuaithe bríomhaire.

01 October 2006
Type
Report
96 Pages
1,554KB
Placeholder image PDF
Pig producers and grain producers

Rising fertiliser costs, falling margins in grain production, pressure on pig producers from the Nitrates Action Plan all combine to create an opportunity for mutual gains by grain growers and pig producers.

04 September 2006
Type
Media Article
2 Pages
36KB
Placeholder image PDF
National Farm Survey Report 2005

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 2005 there are 1177 farms included in the analysis, representing 111,115 farms nationally.

01 September 2006
Type
Report
105 Pages
4,420KB