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Deer Damage in Farm Forestry

There are three deer species in Ireland. Red deer is native to Ireland. Sika deer and fallow deer have been introduced.While deer are present in all 32 counties, fallow deer are the most widespread. All three species are capable of inflicting serious damage to trees.

01 June 2005
Type
Leaflet
6 Pages
818KB
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Agriculture, Horticulture and Food Prospectus 2006

There has been a marked improvement in the quality of life and economic prosperity in rural areas. Careers in agriculture, horticulture and forestry offer young people an attractive range of work opportunities and lifestyles which can be very rewarding and fulfilling. There are new opportunities in farming and the horticultural and forestry service industries for people with the necessary skills. We are offering new and improved courses following a review involving past and present students and many others in the agricultural industry.

01 June 2005
Type
Magazine
92 Pages
2,142KB
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Shaping Young Broadleaves for Quality Timber

Shaping is the process of removing forks (and very large competing side branches) in order to produce long straight lengths of timber for sale to high value markets.

01 June 2005
Type
Leaflet
6 Pages
463KB
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Plean Gníomhaíochta Teagasc um Sheirbhísí do Chustaiméirí 2004-2006

Tuigeann Teagasc, mar aon lena chuid custaiméirí agus leis an bpobal i gcoitinne, an tábhacht a bhaineann le hardchaighdeán seirbhísí. Cé go mbíodh sé i gcónaí de nós ag Teagasc béim a leagan ar chaighdeán a chuid seirbhísí, bheartaíomar le déanaí athbhreithniú a dhéanamh ar an réimse seirbhísí atá á gcur ar fáil againn agus ceangaltais ar leith a chur i scríbhinn maidir le caighdeán na seirbhísí sin.

01 March 2005
Type
Magazine
36 Pages
1,116KB
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Teagasc Customer Service Action Plan 2004-2006

“To provide an independent and authoritative research knowledge base, technology transfer and training services 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 March 2005
Type
Magazine
38 Pages
484KB
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Statement of Strategy 2005 – 2007 - English

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 January 2005
Type
Report
52 Pages
583KB