Farmer Writes: weather extremes look set to continue
While I’m aware the weather of 2018 didn’t go down well with a lot of farmers, I could happily live with warm dry summers and autumns, writes Gerald Potterton.
Farmer writes: hard start to 2019 for pig farmers
Maybe it is time we realised that we should be producing less for more rather than more for less, writes pig farmer Frank Brady.
Farmer Writes: agriculture the new whipping boy for health and climate
It certainly appears that agriculture is the new whipping boy for all health issues and global warming, writes Gerald Potterton.
Farmer writes: Summer in the central wheatbelt of Australia
Wexford man Brian Sunderland is finishing up on the harvest in western Australia.