In this week's cover feature, Aisling Hussey meets Leona Kane of Broighter Gold Rapeseed Oil. She explains the secret behind the success of the business and why common sense is more important than a degree when it comes to marketing.
Mary Phelan finds out how mature students can study agriculture or law without the points. She also looks at a new concept called social farming, which helps those in need of social support.
In the health pages, Margaret Hawkins finds out how to deal with osteoporosis. Meanwhile SmartShopper Ciara O'Kelly reports on the changes in legislation that affects you as a consumer.
The new edition of Irish Country Living is online from 10pm today (Wednesday) and hits the shelves on Thursday with the Irish Farmers Journal.