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Ep 7 Seefin Blackface and the bull with the bowler hat

Out the Gap

Release Date: 09/10/2020

Ep19 Eurovision Fever and Honest Beef show art Ep19 Eurovision Fever and Honest Beef

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Wagyu Beef, Waterfalls and wind turbines aswell as the Eurovision song contest. It's all here in the latest episode. Join myself and Conor Sheahan on his beautiful family farm in north Cork as we chat about everything from carbon credits to Hazel trees and take a winding tour through a beautiful local valley and hear about plans for the future and about the deserted homesteads and people who lived here in the past. Hear about Conor's plan to market his Wagyu beef directly to the consumer too.

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Ep18 Pull My Pork show art Ep18 Pull My Pork

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Join Noel Clancy on the Twomey family pig and dairy farm in county Cork right on the edge of Cork city. Hear from 'Magic Mike' and his band of ladies! Join myself, Peter family as we take a stroll throughout the farm and hear about Peter's love and enthusiasm for the free range Pig enterprise. Find out all about the latest market for their pork. We also have plenty of fun along the way too.

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Ep17 Tunnel Vision show art Ep17 Tunnel Vision

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''We can survive without a new i-phone but not without food''. Meet growers, Konrad and Monika on their fantastic enterprise overlooking the river Suir. Hear about their journey so far, how they've grown their routes to market for their fresh produce and how they made the transition from Krakow in Poland all the way to the small village of Kilsheelan.

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EP16 Digging for Worms show art EP16 Digging for Worms

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Meet farm manager, Kevin O'Hanlon on the farm he manages in county Wexford. Hear all about a farm in organic conversion, the use of multi-species swards, solar and wind energy and much more. I chat to the milk producing ladies out in the fields and find out about all the plans for the future in this exciting project. Kevin is a great character full of enthusiasm and it was a pleasure to spend a morning with him on the Pollard's farm.

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EP15 A Way of Life: Reflections at Ninety. show art EP15 A Way of Life: Reflections at Ninety.

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"The good old days are today" according to Tommy Walton. Join us as I chat with him on their family farm which straddles the Tipperary/Kilkenny county boundary, as he approaches his 90th birthday. Hear about family and of a life spent on the land. Tommy is passionate about the industry in which he has spent his lifetime. He also has a great love for the sport of hurling and he has many fond stories to tell of his younger years on the field of play. Email: Twitter: @OuttheGapPodca1 Insta; outthegappodcast FB: Noel Clancy Out the Gap

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Ep 14 Spinning the Yarn show art Ep 14 Spinning the Yarn

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Join me in Athenry as I spend a morning with members of the newly formed, 'Galway Wool Co-op'. Hear how enthusiasts of this multi purpose 'Galway' rare breed sheep have a new route to market for their fleece. Find out about crafts such as hand spinning and blade shearing as well as about this long established breed. Meet Chris from 'Donegal Yarn' and Esther who is a mixed farmer from Donegal. We also hear about how the Co-op was founded and how they came together as a group during Covid lockdown.

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Ep13 Hemp Ham and Holycross show art Ep13 Hemp Ham and Holycross

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Market day in Holycross. Join me as I meet and chat to a host of wonderful characters in the beautiful village market. Hear all about Larry the Poet and meet Joe the Butcher. Find out how to make the best Strawberry jam and learn all about Hemp. Meet Michael and hear about his forty years spent growing and selling vegetables direct to customers. Meet some of the artists, bakers and more, all recorded in beautiful sunshine. Facebook; Out the Gap Noel Clancy Twitter; @OuttheGapPodca1 Instagram; outthegappodcast

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Ep 12 High Kings and Sliced Pans show art Ep 12 High Kings and Sliced Pans

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Meet Philip and Elizabeth Quinn on their farm in south Tipperary. Hear how they recently acquired two gorgeous Highland cattle from Queen Elizabeth's herd in Balmoral. Find out about their 'Stonemad Studios' business as Philip demonstrates some stone and wood carving for me. The Quinns are great people with enthusiasm for what they do. Hear about their workshops in the prison service, hand tools, local stone, their love for trees and find out which sliced pans their cattle prefer!

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Ep 11 Spratt Archer and the Knockshigowna Blonde show art Ep 11 Spratt Archer and the Knockshigowna Blonde

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What makes for a happy farmer? Sometimes it is important to go against the grain. Join me on a beautiful morning on the Deasy farm in north Tipperary with Maurice as we chat all things brewing. Hear all about Canvas Brewery and it's 'single source beer', generating their own energy on site, woodland management, Beekeeping and much more. Find out about heritage grain, barrel ageing, dealing malsters and how this farm is changing with the times to meet the many challenges ahead.

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Ep10 The Loughmore Espresso show art Ep10 The Loughmore Espresso

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Meet Mary Fogarty in Loughmore village. Hear about, 'The Cottage' project and how this community owned co-op has brought spark and vitality back to their rural village. In a place where small business had literally died off we hear how this small network turned things around. We chat coffee, Covid, rural isolation, local food and it's producers as well as about the famed, 'Tipperary breakfast'.

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Meet farmer, Pat 'Pa' Whyte 4th generation farmer on his farm in the Comeragh mountains, Co Waterford as he prepares his Perth Scotch Blackface sheep for the annual ram sale. Hear about the family's beloved pedigree sheep, their dairy enterprise as well as about his work 'on the road' as an AI technician. We hear how essential the Border Collie breed of dog is to farming in this landscape. We also discuss the contentious legislation issues surrounding burning hill areas and why it is a cause of frustration to those grazing it. We also chat GAA, the advent of online marts, farming in a pandemic and why you will always find him ''with a good dog at my side''.

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