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The official Twitter account for the College of Agriculture, Food and Rural Enterprise (CAFRE). Providing education and support to the NI Agri-food sector.
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CAFRE 9h
CAFRE Beef Technologist, Natasha Ferguson discusses a new dairy calf to beef knowledge transfer project
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CAFRE 17h
Dominic Mason, Beef and Sheep Development Adviser at CAFRE discusses pre-breeding management and fertility within the suckler herd.
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CAFRE May 26
CAFRE Agricultural Business Operations (Level II) Course is opening for 2020/21 application – check out the link below for more information! ⬇️
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CAFRE May 26
Christopher Breen, CAFRE Dairying Development Adviser outlines how to prepare for second cut silage.
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CAFRE May 25
Kevin McGrath, CAFRE Beef and Sheep Adviser discusses how to get top quality silage
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CAFRE May 25
Gavin Duffy, CAFRE Dairy Development Adviser discusses how well managed contract dairy heifer rearing can be of real benefit
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CAFRE May 24
Are you leaving school after GCSEs and thinking about studying at CAFRE? Join our Schools Recruitment Team on 28th May at 13.30pm. Registration and access to Microsoft Teams is essential. To register Email: antonia.donnelly@daera-ni.gov.uk before Wednesday 27th at 17.00pm
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CAFRE May 23
View our CAFREtv video with Darryl Boyd and Better Farms Beef Challenge NI participant Alastair McNeilly on how to ensure you maintain grazing quality and make the most of grass on your farm.
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CAFRE May 23
Looking for a satisfying career? Listen to Nicola Kerr's presentation on National Diploma courses in Food Technology and Food Nutrition and Health offered at Loughry Campus. Cookstown. Food for thought after GCSEs! 🥬🧀
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CAFRE May 22
Interested in science, technology, nutrition or food? Nicola Kerr, Course Manager, invites you to watch her National Diploma courses presentation, being launched here tomorrow, to hear about our satisfying A-Level alternative courses. 🧀🥩🥦
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CAFRE May 21
This week it's the turn of our Land-based Engineering students to say thank-you to our Carers and Key Workers. These students know the importance of keeping the supply chains going.
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CAFRE May 21
Here’s a sneak peek into who has been recruited to be a Beef Grassland Management Technology Demonstration Farmer and what has been happening on their farms.
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CAFRE May 20
Kenneth Johnston, CAFRE Farm Innovation Visit Scheme Manager discusses the challenges of managing large dairy herds
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CAFRE May 20
Replying to @MoyPark @YFCUPresident
Well done Alana 👏
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CAFRE May 20
CAFRE are offering a FREE Introduction to Equine Health online course, beginning 15th June. This course will give anyone who has an equine interest a good knowledge in a range of health topics.🐴
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CAFRE May 20
Mark Huey, CAFRE Horticulture Adviser outlines the importance of ppm in fertiliser application
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CAFRE May 20
Ever thought about studying a course where your lecture rooms are glasshouses, greens or gardens? David Dowd, Course Manager, talks you through elements of the Foundation Degree in Horticulture, validated by Ulster University. via
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CAFRE May 19
Mary Ann Alexander, CAFRE Agri-Environment Adviser, discusses the use of lime to maximise soil nutrient performance
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CAFRE May 19
Rachel Megarrell, CAFRE Beef and Sheep Adviser discusses the ‘The Hidden Challenge’ – Are worm burdens affecting the performance of your lambs?
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CAFRE May 18
Michael Verner, CAFRE Dairying Development Adviser, discusses grazing cows this summer
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