Com O'Leary presented his topic 'Farmer led animal welfare - An opportunity for the Irish livestock industry' at the 2019 Nuffield Ireland Confernece
Klaus Laitenberger presented his topic 'The potential of growing yacon and Jerusalem artichokes as crops and functional foods in Ireland' at the 2019 Nuffield Ireland Confernece
Karol Kissane presented his topic 'Review of perceptions of agriculture in primary schools students and opportunities for developments' at the 2019 Nuffield Ireland Conference
Joe Lyng presented his topic 'Value in the market for grass-fed dairy product' at the 2019 Nuffield Ireland Confernece
Tommy Heffernan presented his topic 'A cow centered approach to modern dairy farming' a the 2019 Nuffield Ireland Confernece
Nuffield Ireland Chair Karen Brosnan spoke of Nuffield Ireland is contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals STDG's).
Exploring the Potential for Offsetting Agriculture’s Carbon Footprint through Aquaculture’s Carbon Efficiency and Sequestration
Creating a solid pathway in dairy farming for the landless person, with an appetite to succeed by creating a robust, sustainable model for the future of our Irish Dairy Industry
The impact of on-farm decisions in our society
Biological farming Systems’ - What are they & how can they help Irish farmers farm sustainably & profitably?
Creating a Generation of Healthy, Young Trained Professionals in Irish Farming; Developing a progressive, formal CPD structure and a culture of engagement.”
Promote Adoption of Milk Surveillance Schemes & Identify Decision Support Tools to Enable Farmers to Become More Proactive in Managing Herd Health.
The development of food tourism, its use as an educational tool and income generator for small businesses
Future-proofing the Irish agri-food sector through robust research
2019 Nuffield Ireland Conference – November 15th Castleknock Hotel, Dublin 15
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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”
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.