ENTER YOUR LOYALTY CODE:
The reader loyalty code gives you full access to the site from when you enter it until the following Wednesday at 9pm. Find your unique code on the back page of Irish Country Living every week.
You have full access to farmersjournal.ie on this browser until 9pm next Wednesday. Thank you for buying the paper and using the code.
Please enter your email address and we
will send you a link to reset your password
If would like to speak to a member of
our team, please call us on 01-4199525
Link sent to
We have sent an email to your address.
Please click on the link in this email to reset
your password. If you can't find it in your inbox,
please check your spam folder. If you can't
find the email, please call us on 01-4199525.
Update Success !
At 5 foot 3 and petite in size, you wouldn’t expect that Lisa O’Kelly is well able to get a cow into a cattle crush, but this veterinary nurse does just that, multiple times a week. “Sometimes I get a few raised eyebrows from farmers but I am well able,” she laughs.
She certainly is, as Lisa travels across the farms of north Cork where some visits with the vet could see three cows needing to be TB tested while another farm visit could see 300 cows line up.