There was so much great knowledge shared at @Nat_DairyShow 🐮
We know that some of you weren't able to attend the show and some of you would like to re-watch the panels online.
We will be making them available to view on-demand on http://AgriInsider.tv soon 📺️
It was great to be back at the @Nat_DairyShow last week! Herdwatch were delighted to be proud sponsors of the premier breeders & premier exhibitor classes! 🐄#NationalDairyShow2022 https://hubs.li/Q01qQRKc0
We were delighted to win TWO awards last Friday at the @Nat_DairyShow! Best Start Up and Gold for engineering. If you want your TailJack in time for #calving, get your order in at http://TailJack.com https://twitter.com/HincksCentre/status/1584829447567708160
Just when the buzz from @Nat_DairyShow was starting to die down, Maria Kelly Livestock is bringing all the excitement back with the weekend's photos, check them out at the link below! https://mariakellyphotographylivestock.com/
The National Dairy Show is back live and in-person for its 40th anniversary show in its usual venue of the Green Glen Arena, Millstreet, Co. Cork.
The recent announcement ended some weeks of speculation in relation to the future venue of the show due to the uncertainty of the availability of their usual home.
The return to its regular home is welcomed by the committee after switching to a virtual show format for 2020 and 2021 due to the ongoing Covid situation.
The Green Glens Arena has been the home for the event since its very first show in 1982. The 2022 edition of the show promises to build on the forty years of growth enjoyed by the show and the hardworking Cork Holstein Frisian Club committee.
The show is planned to run over Friday the 21st and Saturday the 22nd of October where the large trade exhibition will be open for the first time over two days.
The event promises all the latest in dairy technology and research. Some of this year’s highlights include the industries innovation awards, machinery demos, industry meeting place and of course, the best dairy show cattle battling for the most prestigious dairy showing competitions in Ireland.