Tillage Conference January 17th 2019
Killashee Hotel, Naas, Co Kildare • 7.00pm (Eircode W91DC98)
Andy Doyle Tillage Editor: Irish Farmers Journal Chairman
David Shortall Agri Sales Manager: Quinns Profitable Protein Production
John Geraghty Geraghty Consulting (WIT) Sustainable Soil Management
Ivan Whitten Business & Technology Advisor – Tillage Teagasc Bean Agronomy
James Nolan Senior Grains Trader R&H Hall Grain Market Outlook
The calf rearing period is the most crucial time for any livestock system. The management of the young calf will greatly determine the success of the finished animal as they can convert weight-gain more efficiently than an older animal.
Quinns winter fuel packs – available in all 6 Agri-stores including Topline Quinns.
Smokey, Smokeless & Stove Fuel Packs available. Great Value and delivery available (T&C’s Available)
Keeping your lawn healthy can be a lot of hard work. The Husqvarna Automower® isn’t just a lawnmower. It’s a robotic concept that does the work for you — without your supervision, around the clock.
Talk to Robert in Topline Quinns to discuss the best automower to suit your garden.
Full rage of lawnmowers, garden tools and accessories available in the Topline Quinns, Baltinglass store.
Maximising forage on your Farm – Speakers Include: Stan Lalor (Grassland Agro) T.P Whelehan (Grassland Weed Control) Thouw Nutrition & Quinns Technical Reps.
All Welcome – on the farm event. May 9th 2018- May 15th 2018
The work done in March provides the foundations for this year’s harvest. Spring Cereals grow from seed to maturity in approximately 120 days and the old saying “well sown is half grown” is still as important as ever.
That product, fed in combination with Quinn’s 17% Calf Follow-On ration, has resulted in calves weaning two weeks earlier, at 10 weeks.
The time is fast approaching to sow spring crops for Harvest 2018. As always Quinns are stocking a wide range of cereal and bean varieties from the Department of agriculture recommended lists. It is important not only to choose the right crop but also the right variety for your farm.