Farmer Writes: a watershed year for Irish farming
In the long run, the time from October 2017 to now could prove to be a watershed year for Irish farming, writes Tommy Moyles.
2018: the year of extreme weather events
Think how it must have been for farmers who literally could do nothing to alleviate the problems with weather and fodder for weeks and months on end, writes Damien O'Reilly.
Why are we chronicling lives of gangsters?
I wouldn’t agree that crime is glamorised on TV, but I’m at odds with how some real-life criminals are portrayed, writes Damien O'Reilly.
Farmer Writes: photosensitivity in November, unexpected to say the least
He resembled a dog that was trying to shake off a pair of sunglasses, the way he was throwing his head around. Tommy Moyles describes a case of photosensitivity in a stock bull.