20 May 2022

WATCH| Longford farmers talk up the benefits of a farm partnership

Patrick and Padraig O'Farrell

Patrick and Padraig O'Farrell

With new entrants to the dairy sector facing a high quantity of barriers in developing sustainable farming business, Newbie, a network for new entrants, aims to help new entrants to overcome these barriers.

With this in mind, two Longford farmers have shared the benefits they have experiences from entering into a farm partnership.

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Padraig O'Farrell completed Agricultural level 8 degree and returned home to farm. He is an only son and was “always out farming from a young age”. The farm partnership between Padraig and Patrick was first set up in 2015 on the family farm.

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