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Droimeann Bull Joins Hooves4Hospice Herd

Posted by paulpcullen on  September 28, 2020
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The latest addition to the Hooves4Hospice herd is a very special young animal. He is a member of one of Ireland’s oldest breeds of cattle that was endangered as recently as the turn of the century. The stronghold of his breed is in the south of the kingdom of Kerry. At school, we all encountered the poem  ‘An Dromfhionn Donn Dilis’ which in english translates as the ‘The  Faithfull Brown Droimeann’. In the nineteen eighties,

Hooves4Hospice in the Sunday World

Posted by paulpcullen on  September 14, 2020
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Farmer James Kane tells his story and explains why a full hospice care facility is required in the midlands See Sunday World 13th September SW-Hooves-for-Hospice-2

Paws for Hospice

Posted by paulpcullen on  September 7, 2020
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Nine cuddly black and white, very cute collie puppies born to Meg on the Connor family farm at Lehinch, Clara, are the latest inspiring and positive event on the Hooves4Hospice journey.The playful puppies, with names including Molly, Patsy, Commet and Bell, were collected by their new owners last week, and all have gone to safe and welcoming homes.The generosity of the Connor family, the new owners and their vet has resulted in a donation of

Kilcormac/Killoughy Clubs

Posted by paulpcullen on  September 1, 2020
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Kilcormac/Killoughy Clubs support Hooves4Hospice Farmers, across the Midlands are very generous in their support of Hooves 4 Hospice and so too are many others. For example, on the 21st. June, Kilcormac/Killoughy GAA, Camogie & Athletics Clubs joined forces in a fundraising project called “From Dawn to Dusk Run – Kilcormac/Killoughy Community Together for Hooves4Hospice”. Starting at dawn, club members ran continuously until dusk, which was a monumental undertaking on one of the longest days of the year.

300th Animal

Posted by paulpcullen on  July 13, 2020
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Christy Maye, Tullamore Lions Club visited Gillanders Daly’s farm, Creevaghmore, Ballymahon to mark the Hooves4Hospice fundraising project passing a major milestone this week, when the 300th animal was registered at a farm in the midlands.Pictured are farmers participating in the Hooves4Hospice ProjectBack: John Maye, Susan Bredin, Allen, Noel Gillanders, Andy Keegan and Christy MayeFront: Florence, Leah & Rachel Gillanders Mullingar Lions Club members visited Brian Daly’s farm, Killare, Co. Westmeath to mark the Hooves4Hospice fundraising project

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