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Horses don't tend to have spontaneous nosebleeds, so it is important for horse owners to be aware of the causes and treatment, writes Leanne O'Sullivan
Soil sampling and analysis gives land owners chemical and physical information about their soil which is useful for guidance in management decisions, writes Leanne O'Sullivan
Considering an all-weather turnout? CAFRE Enniskillen Campus has built an all-weather, wood-chip turnout overlying an open pore tarmac base and find it to be very effective
Muddy gateways are as a result of soil compaction, and erosion caused by frequent traffic. Here are our top tips on how to deal with muddy gateways
Many of us have an outdoor paddock or area that we allow get mucked up during the winter. Here is our advice on how to get that land back in shape
In Ireland the potential for soil compaction is greater due to wet soil conditions. Here are some helpful tips on recognising signs of soil compaction
Beef farmer and horse breeder Kim McCall, James Kelly of Linacre House Stud and hay producer George Coyle are all using a non-chemical fertiliser on their land. Here's what they had to say about it
Leanne O’Sullivan talks to sales consignor, Liz Joscelyne of Rathcannon House Stud who has enjoyed some recent success on the track
Leanne O'Sullivan reports on the Agri Careers fair, where opportunities within the equine industry were discussed by an expert panel
Pictures from Navan, Fairyhouse and the Spin student race day at Leopardstown
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