Changes to Teagasc Advisory Management

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Management of the Teagasc advisory service, within the Knowledge Transfer Directorate, continues to be streamlined and is now being managed as 12 regional units, down from 18 a few short years ago. The latest changes involve new responsibilities for managers in midland counties.

Con Feighery has taken over the region consisting of the four counties Westmeath, Offaly, Cavan and Monaghan. He takes over from Des Keegan who retires after a long and distinguished career in Teagasc and its predecessor ACOT. Con Feighery was previously Manager of the Laois/Kildare Advisory region.

Larry O Loughlin has taken over responsibility for the Advisory Service in a region consisting of the five counties of Laois, Kildare, Meath, Louth and Dublin. Larry previously worked as Marketing Manager for the Advisory Service and Area Manager in Wicklow and Limerick.

The Teagasc Advisory Service is now broken into the following regions:

Advisory Region                                           Regional Manager

Cork East                                                    Tom Egan

Cork West                                                  Gerard MacMahon

Galway/Clare                                               Brendan Heneghan

Kerry/Limerick                                             Tom Shanahan

Laois/Kildare/Meath/Louth/Dublin                   Larry O Loughlin

Mayo                                                         Peter McGrath

Roscommon/Longford                                  Oliver Burke

Sligo/Leitrim/Donegal                                   Martin Henry

Tipperary                                                   Donal Mullane

Waterford/Kilkenny                                      John Moloney

Westmeath/Offaly/Cavan/Monaghan               Con Feighery

Wexford/Wicklow/Carlow                              John Keating

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