Farmer writes: slurry ban and dreaming of another good summer
Donegal beef farmer James Strain questions whether the slurry rules are flawed.
Farmer Writes: a year to forget but one that must be remembered
Twelve months after he suffered from severe burnout on his Cork farm, Harold Kingston looks back at how the pressure had built up and how he was supported to get through a dark time.
Farmer writes: changing to meet market demands
Selling means persuading people to buy what you have, whereas marketing means finding out what people want and creating it for them, writes Kieran Sullivan.
Farmer writes: crops taking a hammering with chilly weather
For a year that looked like being very early, it’s no longer true, writes Gerald Potterton.