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Nuffield Ireland 2018 Conference

Castleknock Hotel and Country Club
Friday November 16th 2018

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Karina Pierce

Future-proofing the Irish agri-food sector through robust research

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What direction should European agricultural supports take to best support active Irish farmers

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Ailish Moriarty

Promote Adoption of Milk Surveillance Schemes & Identify Decision Support Tools to Enable Farmers to Become More Proactive in Managing Herd Health.

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Ciara O’ Halloran

The development of food tourism, its use as an educational tool and income generator for small businesses

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Ed Payne

Human Resources, framework and support needed to assist Irish dairy farmers into the future

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Owen Brodie

A Co-ops role in helping dairy farms to remain viable in marginal farming areas

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Eamon Sheehan

Blanket Antibiotic Treatment in Livestock and its link with Antibiotic Resistance in Humans

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Niall O'Regan

Environment Friendly Farming: Examining the impact of intensified dairy farming on water quality

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Lorcan Allen

Maintaining the Social Licence to Farm

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Joe Lyng

Value in the market for grass-fed dairy product

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Karol Kissane

How the perception of dairy farming as a career can be enhanced and be seen as a realistic career choice for young people

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Colm O'Leary

Animal Welfare

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Klaus Laitenberger

Evaluate the growing and marketing potential for alternative and lesser known food crops for the Irish climate

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Tommy Heffernan

Cowsignals and people signals

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“Discover, inspire and support people to develop their capacity, character and confidence to promote positive change and world class leadership in agriculture, food and farming”

How We Operate

The Nuffield Farming Scholarship Trust Ireland, with the support of 9 sponsors, provides a travel and study bursary to a number of scholars. The scholars are selected following a written application and interview process.

The objective of the scholarship scheme is to encourage the advancement of agriculture and rural development through the promotion of awareness, education and leadership in the Irish agriculture and rural sectors.



FBD Trust, Irish Farmers Journal, Irish Farmers Association, Golden Jubilee Trust, Meat Industry Ireland, Aurivo, Glanbia, Dairymaster, LIC Ireland