Irish Country Living

Food
Watch: this kind-of Cobb salad will please everyone
Janine Kennedy
With so many delicious toppings to choose from, this take on a Cobb salad will keep the whole family fed and happy, writes Janine Kennedy.
 
 
Predator and weather fears – a difficult spring for honeybees
Asian hornets pose huge problems for bees and should they establish here, our biodiversity will be under massive pressure, writes Willie O’Byrne.
Editorial: me, myself and dyslexia
Anne O’Donoghue discusses her experience growing up with dyslexia and wanting to be a journalist
The next generation of Irish whiskey
Blending and distilling, combining the flavours of the future. The young ambitious professionals working in Irish Distillers are the next generation to drive Irish whiskey forward, writes Ciara Leahy.
A Week in the Country
Find out what the ICL team were up to this week in the country
Damien O’Reilly: the gap between farmers and consumers
The gap between farmers and consumers is widening - and farmers are losing out. Damien O'Reilly writes
Katherine’s Country: some rethinking needed for Irish hospitality
It is difficult for the hospitality industry to reopen and hit the ground running, we have gotten used to being without it so the hospitality industry need to step up the offering to ensure return business.
Dear Miriam: I feel anxious in crowds
Dear Miriam, since things opened back up again I’m feeling anxious while out in pubs and restaurants
Comment: When self-interest trumps the masses, everyone suffers
Diverse businesses are more successful. Why? One reason is the cognitive diversity realised when fresh ideas from new people are allowed to thrive. Brave leaders step up please.
Watch: this kind-of Cobb salad will please everyone
With so many delicious toppings to choose from, this take on a Cobb salad will keep the whole family fed and happy, writes Janine Kennedy.
Phony-war comes to an end as all eyes turn to championship
Denis Hurley summarises the final round of the hurling and football leagues as the quick turnaround means that the championship is right upon us
Negotiations continue on Scottish dairy farm
The 252.47ac farm in South Lanarkshire, Scotland has the capacity to milk 300 cows.
Good demand sees farmland selling well
There is strong demand for farmland in all corners of the country judging by results of recent auctions and private treaty sales.
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Tillage farmers getting set for autumn drilling
Seedtech is hosting its trade walks in trial grounds in Faithlegg, Co Waterford, which will bring news from its extensive research trials programme.
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Protect your future yields with Zoetis
Infectious bovine rhinotracheitis (IBR) is a hidden disease in many beef and dairy herds, and one that can prove costly.
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Community benefit a key theme from Shaping Our Electricity Future consultation
EirGrid, operator of the national electricity grid, will next week close its nationwide consultation on Shaping Our Electricity Future.
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This is why you should check the knives in your diet feeder regularly
It is important to regularly check the knives in your diet feeder for wear and tear. Damaged or worn knives may result in a host of unforeseen costs.
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