Theme : FARMING PAST AND PRESENT IN NORTH COUNTY LOUTH
Matthew McGreehan, Louth I.F.A. County Chairman will give a talk in Long’s Pub, Grange, Cooley, on Friday night, October 24th, 2014, at 8.00 p.m. on the changing face of Irish Farming past and present in the Louth area. The recent history of agriculture has been closely tied with a range of political issues including water pollution, biofuels, genetically modified organisms, tariffs, and farm subsidies. Why not come and learn more about the everyday life of a farmer in a changing environment!
Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil and you’re a thousand miles from the corn field.
There are three easy ways of losing money – racing is the quickest, women the most pleasant, and farming the most certain.
Remember that creating a successful marriage is like farming: you have to start over again every morning.
Farming with live animals is a 7 day a week, legal form of slavery.
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