Farmer Writes: difficult calvings and staggering Bob
This week Tommy Moyles looks at difficult calvings on the home farm and concerns about calf sales.
Farmer Writes: sheep demand an emotional commitment
Much of the resentment towards sheep stems, I believe, from farmers’ younger days when they might have been used as a sheep-chasing labour unit on the farm of a bachelor uncle.
Farmer Writes: the quiet revolution gripping Irish farming
To my mind, farming’s future is not all about increasing scale but being the optimum size and doing that extraordinarily well, writes Gerald Potterton.
UN report shows scale of challenges facing farming
Where is the leadership to inspire belief and confidence for the biggest battles facing humankind?