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.

Investigations into Jersey cattle deaths are ‘continuing’
Investigations into Jersey cattle deaths are ‘continuing’

Jersey’s environment minister, Jonathan Renouf, has said that the “testing process is continuing” to discover the cause of death of...

NFUS calls on government to address ‘long-running’ Brexit border failures
NFUS calls on government to address ‘long-running’ Brexit border failures

The National Farmers’ Union of Scotland (NFUS) has called on the government to address its “long-running failure” to introduce post-Brexit...

Milk prices set to change direction – AHDB
Milk prices set to change direction – AHDB

The Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) has said that farmgate milk prices are set to change direction after a...

British Wool relaunches shearing course for NFYFC members
British Wool relaunches shearing course for NFYFC members

British Wool has relaunched a discounted shearing course offer to members of the National Federation of Young Farmers Club (NFYFC)....

RPA issued payments totalling over £1bn in 2022
RPA issued payments totalling over £1bn in 2022

The Rural Payments Agency (RPA) paid out around 107,000 eligible claims in 2022 totalling £1 billion, on top of £679...

ForFarmers and Boparan partnership set for in-depth investigation
ForFarmers and Boparan partnership set for in-depth investigation

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has referred the anticipated partnership between ForFarmers and Boparan for an in-depth investigation. The...

CVO confirms 5 cases of Seneca Valley Virus in pigs
CVO confirms 5 cases of Seneca Valley Virus in pigs

The UK’s chief veterinary officer (CVO), Christine Middlemiss, has today (Tuesday, January 10) confirmed that there were five cases of...

DeLaval celebrates 100 years in Britain
DeLaval celebrates 100 years in Britain

Dairy equipment specialist DeLaval has traded in Britain for 100 years as of today (Tuesday, January 10), following its establishment...

Buckinghamshire farmer to star in Love Island
Buckinghamshire farmer to star in Love Island

A 23-year-old farmer from Buckinghamshire, Will Young, has been confirmed as a contestant on ITV2‘s Love Island this season, which...

Devon farmer sentenced for illegally grazing cattle on SSSI
Devon farmer sentenced for illegally grazing cattle on SSSI

A 76-year-old farmer from Devon has been ordered to pay over £70,000 after pleading guilty to two offences relating to...

Worchester farm undergoes ‘TB shutdown’ following positive tests
Worchester farm undergoes ‘TB shutdown’ following positive tests

Bennetts Farms in Worchester has said it will undergo a ‘TB shutdown’ following several positive bovine tuberculosis (bTB) test results...

Cheshire dog attack leaves 2 sheep dead and another injured
Cheshire dog attack leaves 2 sheep dead and another injured

Cheshire Police’s Rural Crime Team has reported that two sheep have died and another has been seriously injured following a...

Food Foundation launches childhood nutrition library
Food Foundation launches childhood nutrition library

A new resource launched today (Monday, January 9) by the Food Foundation aims to offer a comprehensive library of historical...

LAMMA 2023 show to feature live machinery demos
LAMMA 2023 show to feature live machinery demos

Those who attend LAMMA 2023, the UK’s leading agricultural machinery, equipment and services show, will be able to see machinery...

Seed Potato Organisation seeks new members
Seed Potato Organisation seeks new members

The Seed Potato Organisation (SPO) is seeking seed potato growers to become members of the cooperative. The organisation has said...

British Cattle Breeding conference returns to ‘challenge traditions’
British Cattle Breeding conference returns to ‘challenge traditions’

The British Cattle Breeding conference will focus on the theme of ‘Challenging Traditions’ when it returns to celebrate its 75th...

NSA opens applications for trip to Houses of Parliament
NSA opens applications for trip to Houses of Parliament

The National Sheep Association (NSA) has opened applications for young sheep farmers to join a visit to the Houses of...

‘Better times’ coming says NPA, but not until spring
‘Better times’ coming says NPA, but not until spring

The vice-chair of the National Pig Association (NPA), Hugh Crabtree, has said that “better times” lie ahead in 2023. However,...