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Open Days at CAFRE
September 21, 2022The College of Agriculture, Food and Rural Enterprise (CAFRE) is delighted to welcome visitors back on to campus for Open Days. The events will run from Tuesday 11th October – Saturday 15th October 2022. The Open Days will take the form of pre-booked campus tours.…
Sheep farmers visit Isle of Islay to learn about use of blood testing and fluke egg detection to target fluke treatments and reduce resistance on Scottish sheep farms
October 6, 2022
A group of sheep farmers from across Northern Ireland accompanied by CAFRE Beef and Sheep Advisers Hannah Doherty and John…
CAFRE is an integral part of the Northern Ireland Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs. The college supports the agri-food sector through industry training, knowledge and technology transfer, benchmarking and business development planning.
The role of FareShare in Northern Ireland
Wednesday 12th October, 10:30am – 11:30am CAFRE are facilitating a webinar aimed at food producers and suppliers operating within the…
The Art of Spray Application – Ornamental Crop Production
Thursday 13th October, 7:00pm – 8:00pm CAFRE in collaboration with Sean Loakes, Technical Manager, UK & Ireland, Syngenta Ornamentals will…
Autumn Course Open Days
We are looking forward to welcoming potential students on to campus for our Open Days from Tuesday 11th October to…