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.
Farmer Writes: dosing calves and concern over nitrates derogation
This week, Bill O'Keeffe writes about how breeding is going, having to dose calves and the nitrates derogation.
Farmer Writes: bridging the disconnect between farmers and the rest
Tommy Moyles reflects on the communication barriers between farmers and factories and the wider industry.
Farmer writes: sitting tight on grass covers and a highly charged Beef Summit
Co Donegal suckler farmer James Strain's attention has been focused on growing grass and attending the Beef Summit in the past few days.