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Athlone Agri show hosts bull calf championship qualifier

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The Athlone Agri show, which took place in Bealin on Sunday, played host to a qualifying round for the 2018 Aldi angus All Ireland bull calf championship.

Fantastic mid-week specials from the award winning Fatted Calf

The multi-award winning bar and restaurant in Glasson, The Fatted Calf, was recently voted best gastropub in Leinster 2014 as part of the Restaurant Association of Ireland awards. This is the second time The Fatted Calf has scooped this prestigious award, having won in 2012. Voted best casual dining restaurant in Ireland 2014 by Georgina Campbell and also being named as one of the top 100 restaurants in Ireland by McKenna Guides (formerly The Bridgestone Guide) it’s clear the gastropub is going from strength to strength. And with dedicated staff and loyal customers, they are sure to continue with this success.

YMA National Calf Show at Cillin Hill

A colourful event for all the family in the shape of the YMA National Calf Show takes place at The Hub at Cillin Hill on Tuesday July 26 and Wednesday 27.

Financial problems leads to animal cruelty

Five animals, including a calf, died and were scavenged on a Mullingar farm when their 25-year-old owner’s financial pressures became too much for him.

Bóthar launches its annual spring calf appeal

Bóthar, the international agency that specialises in the use of livestock, has launched what is now becoming its annual appeal for spring calves. The organisation is seeking the donation of 20 heifer calves, as part of its Spring Calf Appeal to provide animals for its Shelton Abbey rehabilitation project. The Spring Calf Appeal follows an ongoing successful partnership with Shelton Abbey prison facility in Co Wicklow, which has agreed to care for the animals at the prison’s on-site farm as part of their rehabilitation programme for inmates.

Balla Mart report

On Saturday February 6 Balla Mart held its weekly sale where 800 lots were sold in three rings.

Farmers receive early Christmas presents

The Minister for Agriculture Fisheries and Food, Brendan Smith has just announced that his Department commenced payments last Monday under the 2008 Suckler Welfare Scheme.

Bóthar launches ‘Spring Calf Appeal’

Bóthar, the international development agency that specialises in the use of livestock for charity, has launched an unusual appeal in Co Kilkenny.

Mayo dairy calves destined for prison

Bóthar, the international development agency that specialises in the use of livestock, has launched an unusual appeal in Co Mayo. The organisation is seeking the donation of 26 heifer calves, one for every county in Ireland, as part of a Spring Calf Appeal to provide animals for its Shelton Abbey rehabilitation project. The Spring Calf Appeal follows last year’s successful partnership with Shelton Abbey prison facility in Co Wicklow, which has agreed to care for the animals at the prison’s on-site farm as part of their rehabilitation programme for inmates.

More than six thousand calves die on Mayo farms

Some 6,000 calves born on farms in Mayo die before they reach six weeks of age, according to official figures from the Department of Agriculture.

 

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