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Posted on October 15 2013 Read more...

Dairy Advice, Farm Models and Food Village – It’s all at Millstreet

Dairy Advice, Farm Models and Food Village – It’s all at MillstreetDairy Farmers are at a crossroads as the 2015 post quota era approaches fast. There is free advice available at the National Dairy Show this Saturday in the Green Glens Arena, Millstreet, Co. Cork. The Zoetis Budgeting & Financial Advice Clinic allows farmers to attend workshops and one to one sessions with industry leading advisers ...
Posted on October 4 2013 Read more...

Prize Fund for 2014

Prize Fund for 2014 A record prize fund for the National Dairy Show was announced this week at the release of the 2014 Prize Schedule. The show is offering €30,000 in prize money at this year’s show. The show will be held on the 18th of October in the Green Glens Arena, Millstreet, Co. Cork this year. All the best ...
Posted on September 25 2012 Read more...

National Dairy Innovation Award

National Dairy Innovation AwardIntroducing the new National Dairy Innovation Award A new prestige award open to all trade exhibitors at the National Dairy Show. Any product can be entered once it was launched to the market within the last 12 months from show date and is relevant to dairy farming. The finalists will be judged by a distinguished panel of judges on ...
Posted on October 13 2012 Read more...

2012 – Innovation and Celebration

2012 – Innovation and CelebrationWhether it is model farm displays or the latest innovations in dairy farming, a day at the Green Glens Arena on Saturday the 20th of October 2012 seems to have something for everyone. A day of fun and learning is a definite for all ages. The National Dairy Show will be held at the Millstreet ...
Posted on May 28 2012 Read more...

2012 – Trade opportunities

2012 – Trade opportunitiesThe National Dairy Show celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. It will be held on the 20th October 2012 in the Green Glens Arena, Millstreet, Co. Cork. According to the show’s PRO, Jason Webb, “The event this year will have a major focus on dairy business and all aspects of the dairy industry. With attractions like ...
Posted on October 19 2011 Read more...

Minister Coveney opens 2011 show

Minister Coveney opens 2011 showSimon Coveney TD, Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine today officially opened the National Dairy Show in Millstreet, Co. Cork. Opening the event, the Minister said "The show here in Millstreet has for nearly three decades attracted the best pedigree dairy stock from around the country to compete in a range of competitions. The superb ...
Posted on October 17 2011 Read more...

Results for 2011

Results for 201129th National Dairy Show – Sat 15th October 2011 The supreme champion Holstein Friesian at the 29th National Dairy Show in Grenglens Millstreet, Ardnasalem Drake Walburga owned by John Murphy, Kilmanagh, Co. Kilkenny is pictured with Padraig Murphy, showing, Stephen Cadogan, editor Irish ExaminerFarming, sponsor & John O'Sullivan, President Cork Holstein Friesian Breeders Club. Photo O'Gorman Photography. ...
Posted on October 13 2011 Read more...

Forum, Glenilen, Macra – A family friendly show

Forum, Glenilen, Macra – A family friendly show  The event will, as always, be a great family day with a large trade exhibition and the best of Irelands dairy cows in attendance.  This year’s show will be officially opened by The Minister for Agriculture, Simon Coveney. The National Dairy Show has developed over the years and can now proudly acclaim itself as one ...
Posted on October 13 2011 Read more...

Showring promises many highlights

Showring promises many highlightsThe highlights of the show ring will start from early in the morning featuring members of the recent Irish success at the European Young Breeders School in Belgium. Europe’s 2011 best showman, Emma Behan and Europe’s best under 16, Paul Murphy, are on home soil battling with the rest of their comrades for the handling ...
Posted on October 13 2011 Read more...

Large trade exhibition for 2011

Large trade exhibition for 2011Trade stand holders at this year’s show both have a strong focus on and understand the requirements of dairy farmers and farmers in general. Modern areas of technology and science are well represented; such as animal nutrition, computer software and breeding management this year.  Also, the more traditional farming systems that remain as important to the ...