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      Climate smart clover and multi-species farm walk

      Managing clover and multi-species for sustainable performance 

      In response to growing interest in using clover and multi-species swards, Germinal, in partnership with dairy farmer Brian Hogan, is hosting a farm walk to share how Brian is using both successfully to drive production and realise climate smart benefits.

      Brian will give us some background on the farm and his rationale for using multi-species swards and will share his experience with red and white clover swards for grazing and red clover for silage.

      With practical advice on establishment and management techniques from Germinal grassland experts, this event will provide valuable insights to help you manage clover and multi-species efficiently on your own farm.

      Farm walk information  

      Date: Tuesday 23rd April 2024 
       
      Time: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm 
       
      Place: Please park at Germinal Ireland, Horse & Jockey, Co. Tipperary, E25 D286 
      Attendees will be transported by bus, leaving at 10:45 am (no parking available at farm) 
       
      Attire: Sturdy footwear essential 
       

      After the farm walk, we will take the bus back to the Germinal site where there will be a complimentary lunch provided, offering an opportunity for further discussion with the Germinal team and fellow farmers. 

      You are also welcome to join the team for a tour of our operations facilities and see our state-of-the-art robotic production and packing line. 

      Register now 

      Sign up by 19th April to learn more about using clovers and multi-species to deliver sustainable production benefits on your farm.