A WORLD'S FIRST?
On the 22nd of May BBC NI radio reported a world first for N.Ireland, exemplifying the indigenous ingenuity and enterprise.
Anyone who dabbles in the stock market will be well familiar with profit warnings.
HAGGIS, KILTS AND CEILIDHS
Sylvan's effervescent rep Eilish McConville was spotted by Stalker's Scottish spies, on a wee jaunt to Glasgow and Edinburgh in the middle of the month.
Interesting to learn that a number of Irish growers were receiving Polish growers recently on fact finding missions.
The Amycel trip to San Francisco went extremely well. All the growers in attendance had both an informative and enjoyable time.
DON'T MISS OUT
Amycel are planning to hold a number of farm walks in the near future for phase 3 and shelf growers.
Mayobridge grower Patrick Murphy made the bold move last September into the hydraulic hose and fittings business.
Stalker has noticed a fine abode nearing completion near Benburb in Co.Tyrone.
Longstanding Sylvan Ireland customer, grower Packie Greenan from Rockcorry in Co.Monaghan, posted a quite outstanding result recently, growing with Sylvan 737.
NEW WHEELS FOR NEW ARRIVAL
Padraig O'Leary from Walsh Mushrooms recently announced the arrival of a bouncing baby boy.
HARD ON THE HEAD
Overseeing the work on the stone cladding at his home on the Armagh Road, Colm McGeary unluckily found himself in the way of some falling masonry.
EXPANSION ON ALL FRONTS
Emyvale grower Peader Mc Gee has decided to go in for some expansion lately.
SUNSHINE IN THE STATES
Everyone seems to be taking holidays early again this year.
Grower Sean Galligan, of Ballinagh Co.Cavan, has opted to expand his unit from five houses to seven.
Pulchritudinous McGeary operative Michelle Donnelly is still as chirpy and chatty as ever, after having a troublesome wisdom tooth removed.