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Pig Conference 2007

Proceedings of National Pig Conference 2007

22 October 2007
Type
Event Proceeding
598KB
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Tuarascáil Bhliantúil 2006 agus Ráitis Airgeadais

Tá Teagasc tar éis atheagrú agus infheistíocht a dhéanamh chun é féin a a chur sa riocht is go mbeidh sé in ann seirbhísí den scoth a chur ar fáil do thionscal na talmhaíochta agus an bhia amach anseo. Tugann an eagraíocht buntacaíocht i gcónaí d’earnáil talmhaíochta a fhorbairt a bheidh iomaíoch, nuálach agus dírithe ar thomhaltóirí.

09 October 2007
Type
Report
2,600KB
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Annual Report 2006

Teagasc has reorganised and invested to position itself to provide the best services to the agriculture and food industries into the future. The organisation continues to underpin the development of a competitive, innovative and consumer focused agriculture sector.

09 October 2007
Type
Report
5,069KB
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TResearch: Autumn 2007

Teagasc Research Magazine - Autumn Edition 2007 Putting a value on access to farmland Interview: Professor Patrick Cunningham Managing mastitis more effectively New dimensions in cereal research Reversing the decline of farmland birds

01 August 2007
Type
Magazine
1,246KB
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Stay Safe on the Farm with Jessy

Illustrated safety book for children using Jessy the dog and her three puppies to outline the dangers on farms for children

24 July 2007
Type
Booklet
2,311KB
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National Farm Survey Report 2006

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 2006 there are 1159 farms included in the analysis, representing 113,100 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 2007
Type
Report
192KB
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Pig Manure as a Low Cost fertiliser

Pig manure can be an excellent source of plant nutrients including Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K). It can be used to replace much of the chemical fertiliser required to fertilise grassland and crops and produce very substantial reductions in fertiliser costs.

16 June 2007
Type
Media Article
40KB