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Irish farmers explain how and why they are working with nature to restore the life on their farms

Irish farmers explain how and why they are working with nature to restore the life on their farms
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Ireland

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Irish farmers explain how and why they are working with nature to restore the life on their farms

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English


Episodes

6: Padraig Corcoran, sheep & beef farmer, Roscommon

10/26/2018
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Padraig Corcoran has a beef and sheep farm in Mount Plunkett in Lecarrow, Co. Roscommon. He talks about how he manages his 54 acre farm for food production and nature...

Duration:00:09:59

5: Olly Nolan, honey & beef farmer, Co. Dublin

10/22/2018
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Olly farms in the valley of Glenasmole in the Dublin Mountains. He's new to farming, and talks about his approach to producing food and habitats for wildlife on his land.

Duration:00:08:17

4: Ailbhe Gerrard, mixed farmer, Tipperary

10/17/2018
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Ailbhe Gerrard farms on the shores of Lough Derg in Co. Tipperary. Her approach to farming is not limited to food - she also tries to produce better land for nature.

Duration:00:12:44

3: Sean O'Farrell, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary

10/17/2018
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Sean O'Farrell has a mixed farm near Roscrea in Co. Tipperary. A few years ago he changed the way he farms. He explains why he did this, and how he makes space for wild species on his land.

Duration:00:14:06

2: Tommy Earley, Beef farmer, Roscommon

10/13/2018
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Roscommon farmer Tommy Earley talks about his farm and how - and why - he leaves spaces for nature

Duration:00:14:57

1: Donal Sheehan, Dairy Farmer, Cork

10/10/2018
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Can intensive farmers make a profit and farm for nature at the same time? Conventional dairy farmer, Donal Sheehan, explains how he has changed the way he farms to encourage more wildlife. Donal is a third generation farmer from the Bride Valley in east Cork, Ireland.

Duration:00:11:21