Eva Osborne-Sherlock

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Eva is currently undertaking a Bachelor of Arts undergraduate degree in journalism and English at the University of Galway. Originally from Cavan, she currently lives in a rural area of Co. Meath. Her family, which comes from a farming background, is now involved in farm machinery maintenance and she has a keen interest in all things digital, media and agriculture.

NFU Cymru to hold specialist seminars at Royal Welsh Show
NFU Cymru to hold specialist seminars at Royal Welsh Show

The National Farmers’ Union of Wales (NFU Cymru) is set to hold a number of specialist seminars at this year’s...

Farmers could take advantage of good cattle prices and tight supply – H&H
Farmers could take advantage of good cattle prices and tight supply – H&H

Harrison & Hetherington has said selling cattle over the next few weeks could be a good business decision for beef...

Cheshire: Fire service rescues cow from river
Cheshire: Fire service rescues cow from river

Cheshire Fire & Rescue Service has said a cow has been safely removed from the River Dane. The incident occurred...

Poor broadband continues to impact farmers’ businesses – NFU
Poor broadband continues to impact farmers’ businesses – NFU

Poor mobile and broadband connectivity continues to hider farmers’ ability to run effective businesses, according to a survey from the...

CAFRE sheep farm walk explores use of white clover in grazing
CAFRE sheep farm walk explores use of white clover in grazing

At the recent ‘Profit from Pasture – Striving for Sustainability’ technical farm walk, attendees heard about the use of white...

Welsh shearer sets new record after shearing 791 sheep in 9 hours
Welsh shearer sets new record after shearing 791 sheep in 9 hours

Welsh sheep shearer Meirion Evans has been successful in his record-breaking sheep shearing attempt after shearing 791 sheep across nine...

Environment Agency urges farmers to prepare for winter slurry storage
Environment Agency urges farmers to prepare for winter slurry storage

The Environment Agency is urging farmers to start preparations now for winter slurry storage and to contact it if they...

‘No prior training’ needed for Welsh forestry training programme
‘No prior training’ needed for Welsh forestry training programme

Tilhill Forestry has said no prior training or experience is required to apply for its Forestry Skills Training Programme, which...

Brecon, Wales: Fire service rescues horse from bog
Brecon, Wales: Fire service rescues horse from bog

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service crew has recovered a horse from a boggy patch of field in...

Hoof-health registry to aid better UK herd mobility – AHDB
Hoof-health registry to aid better UK herd mobility – AHDB

A hoof-health registry is set to support producers as they strive to breed for better herd mobility, and will improve...

Mole Valley Farmers reports £7.6m group operating loss
Mole Valley Farmers reports £7.6m group operating loss

Mole Valley Farmers has reported its financial results for the year ending September 2023, including a group operating loss of...

Derbyshire police tractor to feature at local shows and events
Derbyshire police tractor to feature at local shows and events

Derbyshire Police has said its new police tractor will be used as an engagement tool at local shows and events...

Likely that range in milk pricing will ‘widen’ – Kingshay
Likely that range in milk pricing will ‘widen’ – Kingshay

Kingshay’s senior farm services manager has said it is likely that the range in milk pricing, even within contracts, is...

Shropshire Council faces challenge over ‘major intensive poultry unit’
Shropshire Council faces challenge over ‘major intensive poultry unit’

River Action has said its legal challenge to Shropshire Council over the decision to give planning permission for a major...

Harvest: Rural team calls on public to be ‘patient and careful’ on roads
Harvest: Rural team calls on public to be ‘patient and careful’ on roads

Dorset Police rural crime team is calling on the public to be “patient and careful on the roads” as an...

Student trio secures £5,000 sustainability-focused bursary for wine
Student trio secures £5,000 sustainability-focused bursary for wine

A trio of students have secured a £5,000 sustainability-focused bursary from NFU Mutual for their wine research. The Enhancing Vineyard...

National Youngstock Conference to focus on breeding, nutrition and health
National Youngstock Conference to focus on breeding, nutrition and health

This year’s National Youngstock Conference will focus on cattle breeding, nutrition and health, the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB)...

Animal and Plant Health Agency seeks bovine TB scientist
Animal and Plant Health Agency seeks bovine TB scientist

The Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) is seeking a bovine TB scientist with a salary range of between £35,857...