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15 May 2015 - Our May Bulletin is now available

The May edition of our Bulletin deals with the topic of BVD and the requirement for suckler herds wishing to enrol in the Beef Data and Genomics Programme (BDGP).  Click here ... more >

08 May 2015 - AHI publishes Accounting for Delivery Document

AHI today published its Accounting for Delivery Document.  This document details the outputs and outcomes of the 2012 - 2014 Strategy Plan.  In the document we report on the level of delivery in relation to each of the prioritised programmes and our other work programmes ... more >

01 May 2015 - AHI publishes new Beef HealthCheck Newsletter

AHI today published the first edition of the Beef HealthCheck newsletter for Irish beef farmers and those working in the beef industry in Ireland. This newsletter, which will be issued quarterly, aims to provide up-to-date, evidence-based information on important animal health topics relevant to ... more >

01 May 2015 - AHI releases Stakeholders' Newsletter - Spring Edition

The latest edition of the AHI newsletter contains details of activity across the range of AHI programmes since the start of the year including updates on the BVD, CellCheck, Johne's Disease and the new Beef HealthCheck programme. The newsletter also contains details of the many events in ... more >

01 May 2015 - CellCheck Newsletter - May edition available

The May edition of the CellCheck Newsletter is now available and our Guest Contributor this month is Padraig Brennan.  Padraig is the Sustainability Development Manager with Bord Bia.  The regular Tip of the Month is also featured in addition to CellCheck Service Provider notes.  C ... more >

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