Author: Natalie Chrapla

Carbon Sequestration in Soil Can Fight Climate Change. Here’s the Role Soil Conditioners Play


Good soil is a gift that keeps on giving. Communities flourish when the structure of their soil increases aeration, absorbs water, retains nutrients and allows beneficial microorganisms to thrive. Yet more than just establishing healthy crops and gardens, grasslands and golf greens, a robust soil structure may contribute to a lower CO2 in the atmosphere. […]

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Our 2021 Seaweed Insights Can Help Irish Farmers Enhance Feed Quality


Staying true to farming traditions while keeping family farms and large-scale operations viable is a tricky prospect. The world is changing, and it’s important for Irish producers to adapt practices that protect their livelihoods and amplify their profits. If farmers are going to effectively walk that tightrope, they’ll need to explore innovations in animal science […]

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How to Overcome Heat Stress in Dairy Cows During Irish Heatwaves


To say it is awfully warm this summer is an understatement. The sweltering heat and dangerous temperatures in July pushed a nationwide Status Yellow warning, with six counties (Cavan, Monaghan, south Leitrim, Roscommon, Longford, and Westmeath) meriting a Status Orange warning with temperatures exceeding 30⁰C. Bad for anyone, but particularly bad for dairy farmers, who […]

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