Old Irish Goats Return to Howth Head after Century Long Wait The Old Irish Goat Society has commenced a conservation grazing project, with Old Irish goats, at Howth, in the Dublin Bay UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. The scheme, which will last for 3 years, is a partnership project with Fingal County Council. A group of 25 …
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A sanctuary and visitor center in Mulranny County Mayo, has been built to protect the endangered old Irish goat.
The old Irish Goat Society Reporter Tracey May Halloran of The Western People interviews Sean Carolan, Chairman of Mulranny Tidy Towns and member of the Old Irish Goat Society. Filmed on The Great Western Greenway at Mulranny with Bellacragher Bay as a backdrop, cyclists pass by unaware that The Old Irish Goat, that has been …
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Carol Loftus, Mulranny Tourism is interviewed on The Great Western Greenway during Heritage Week by Tracey Halloran, reporter with The Western People. Carol speaks about the tourism potential of the Old Irish Goat for Mulranny and Co. Mayo and the importance of saving Ireland’s native goat.
RTE ONE broadcast on 20/02/2011 The Old Irish goat story starts at 8:49 minutes into the program and ends at at 17:40 minutes.