Pat Feehily is a Suckler and Sheep farmer from Co. Roscommon. Pat keeps a herd of pedigree and commercial Limousines and during the winter he also buys in 200 fattening lambs. Continue reading “Farmer Review: Moving on with your Farm management”
Marion Matthews farms with her husband Frank. They are Dairy farmers from Co. Limerick. Together they milk 98 cows along with managing the replacements heifers. Continue reading “Saving Time on Farm Paperwork, A Woman’s view”
Denis Burke is a Dairy farmer milking 130 spring calving Friesian cows, and he would readily admit he is not the best when it comes to technology.
However, Denis is now coming into his third season using the Herdwatch Farming app for calf birth registration, and it appears there is no going back to the old ways. We caught up with him to see how he is getting on with the award-winning app, recently approved by Prince Philip himself! Continue reading “Calves registered before the kettle is boiled”
Pat Feehily is a Suckler farmer who keeps a herd of pedigree and commercial Limousines and during the winter he also buys in 200 fattening lambs. Continue reading “Farmer Review: Moving on with your Farm management”
Mike Noonan is a spring calving Dairy farmer from Co. Cork, Ireland. In 2014 Mike went into a partnership with his in-laws, David and Breda Forde.Keen to bring something new to this venture, Mike decided that more paperwork wasn’t going to be it. Continue reading “Making Farm Paperwork a thing of the past”
Noel Collins is a dairy farmer from West Cork, where he milks 70 cows a day on his own, and that’s not even his day job, as Noel also works as a driver. In 2012, he won an Excellence Award at the National Dairy Council quality milk awards, and in 2014, Noel signed up to the Herdwatch farming app which has greatly reduced his paperwork and given him more free time. Almost 2 years on, we catch up with Noel to see how exactly it has helped him. Continue reading “Leaving late night paperwork behind”
Andrew Darmody farms a mixed dairy & beef herd in Twomileborris, Co. Tipperary, and until last year, he was still using pen and paper to record hundreds of Medicines and calf details. But that all changed when he started recording this information directly into his smartphone using the Herdwatch farming app: “I often wonder how I managed before”, said Andrew, who reckons this saves him up to 4 hours a week during busy periods.
Continue reading “Tech saves Farmer 4 hours a week”