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A record number of women enter agriculture training in Teagasc Kildalton College

The first week of September sees the start of the students returning to Agricultural Colleges throughout the country. Teagasc Kildalton College in Co. Kilkenny...
Teagasc Careers in Horticulture Open Day

Teagasc careers in horticulture open day

The annual Teagasc Careers in Horticulture Open Day event was held on 7 March in the new education building where Teagasc operates in the...
Tim Ashmore

New principal appointed to Teagasc Kildalton College

Teagasc has appointed Tim Ashmore as the new Principal in the Teagasc Agricultural and Horticulture College in Kildalton, Pilltown, County Kilkenny. He takes over...
At the National Ploughing Championships today, Friday 21 September, Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food & the Marine, Andrew Doyle TD launched a new Forestry Module in the Teagasc Certificate in Agriculture programme. This module, along with other forestry course components, will be delivered by newly-appointed Teagasc Forestry Liaison Officer, Richard Walsh. Pictured discussing the new forestry module were: Paul Hennessy, Principal Teagasc Kildalton Agriculture and Horticulture college; Andrew Doyle TD, Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food & the Marine; Richard Walsh, Teagasc Forestry Liaison Officer; and Noel Kennedy, Teagasc Forestry Department.

New Forestry Module in Teagasc Certificate in Agriculture courses

At the Teagasc exhibition at the National Ploughing Championships today, Friday 21 September, Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food & the...
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Organic training courses – Teagasc

A 25-hour FETAC Level 5 ‘Introduction to Organic Production’ course must be completed before acceptance into the Organic Farming Scheme. On completion of the course,...
The Learning Theatres lineup at GLAS

Teagasc sponsors Learning Theatre at GLAS 2018 – GLAS stand L18

Teagasc’s John Mulhern tells HC, “We are very aware of labour shortages in the industry, and through the apprenticeship model we hope to provide...

Teagasc and Musgrave join forces to fund a 4-year PhD to ensure safer food...

Most people will be familiar with the horse-meat scandal. Could this have been foreseen?  Could it have been prevented? In what way was it...
Meet me in the Gardens

Shiva Productions present “Meet me in the Gardens” at the National Botanic Gardens

The National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin are delighted to host a unique theatrical experience from the makers of “Angels in the Park.” Will Medical student, Finn,...
Pictured at the launch of Research Leaders 2025 are (L to R): Raymond Kelly, Head of Reseach Support, Teagasc; Mr Michael Creed TD, Minister for Agriculture, Forestry and the Marine; Declan Troy, Assistant Director of Research, Teagasc

Teagasc invest €5.2m in next generation of research leaders

A new programme to develop the next generation of research leaders to underpin the objectives of Ireland’s Food Wise 2025 strategy was launched by...