Teagasc and NUI Galway announce a new partnership BSc Agricultural Science degree in the West of Ireland

24 Jan , 2022  

2021 saw the launch of a brand new BSc in Agricultural Science at the National University of Ireland Galway with a strong focus on Sustainable Agriculture; attracting over 500 applicants in the first year. Building on close research and education links between the two institutions and particularly with Teagasc’s Mellows Campus, Teagasc and NUI Galway […]


Farmers and vets asked for their opinions on antibiotics in farming as part of cross-border project

31 May , 2021  

Farmers and vets working in the dairy, pig, beef and sheep sectors on the island of Ireland are being asked to complete a survey to provide their views on how antibiotics are used in agriculture. As part of OneHealth efforts to address the global challenge of antimicrobial resistance, legislative and policy changes are being introduced […]


Land prices fell by average 6% last year as experts warn Covid-19 will act as a negative demand shock to market

21 Apr , 2020  

Average national land prices fell by 6% year on year in 2019 driven in the main by a decrease in the prices for dairy, beef and cereals. The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland / Teagasc Agricultural Land Market Review and Outlook Report 2020 found the average price of an acre nationally without a residence was […]


Teagasc launch New EU BovINE network project

7 Feb , 2020  

A new trans-European beef network, called BovINE, aimed at addressing the sector’s sustainability challenges was launched by Teagasc in conjunction with EU research and farming partners at the Teagasc Food Research Centre Ashtown, Dublin, on Tuesday, 21st of January. BovINE will link researchers, advisors, farmers and other relevant stakeholders across 9 EU member states to stimulate […]