IFA man urges farmers to consider forestry

The new chairman of the of the IFA’s Forestry Committee has encouraged farmers to explore the possibility of running forestry enterprises on their farms.

Vincent Nally, who was recently appointed to his new role, has experience of combining agriculture and forestry.

He has identified a number of changes he wants to implement during his tenure, including the encouragement of more farmers to invest in forestry.

Our reporter John Lynch spoke to Vincent Nally, who began by outlining how he first got involved in forestry.