Farmer Writes: dry spell brings mix of emotions
A month of dry weather has had a negative effect on grass and other crops, illustrating once again that we are at the mercy of the weather.
3,200-year-old cheese discovered in ancient Egyptian tomb
Scientists have been able to identify a previously unknown material found in a tomb in Egypt as cheese, that was made from sheep or goat milk.
Listen: "The looming fodder crisis could be a major stressor"
Former rugby international Tony Buckley speaks about his fears for the farm community as fodder concerns grow, at a forum at Cappamore Show.
Gardaí investigating fire in Galway which destroyed 300 bales
The shed was set on fire on the evening of 16 August in Corrandulla in Galway.