Women & Ag
Women and Agriculture over the years
Ciara Leahy
It started as a day out for our readers, but over the years they have made it their own, writes Ciara Leahy.
8 November 2023 Features
Margaret Leahy: blessed are we amongst women
When women come together in their droves, they are a force to be reckoned with, writes Margaret Leahy.
8 November 2023 Katherine O'Leary
‘I have great memories from my own childhood and our children’s fun’
Trick or treating is all the rage now for Halloween. “We’ve all been sucked in” writes Katherine O’Leary.
Editorial: When we listen, we learn
The power of listening is a talking point that came up again and again throughout the Women & Agriculture conference, writes Ciara Leahy.
1 November 2023 Amii
Editorial: all roads lead to Lyrath Hotel for the Women & Agriculture conference
Just six days before the Women & Agriculture conference, keynote speaker Ryan Tubridy cancelled due to personal reasons but the day is and always will be more than any one speaker, writes Ciara Leahy.
25 October 2023 News
Freediver Claire Walsh: Diving into the unknown
Ahead of our Women & Agriculture conference, freediver Claire Walsh explains the impact freediving has had on her life, writes Sarah McIntosh.
18 October 2023 Features
Carol Brick: understanding financial roadblocks for women in agriculture
Qualified financial advisor Carol Brick explains the barriers which still exist for many women in agriculture and how best to navigate them.
11 October 2023 News
Breastfeeding doesn’t have to be all or nothing
For National Breastfeeding Week, we hear from some women in agriculture who have chosen to breastfeed and learn about their experiences, writes Janine Kennedy.
4 October 2023 Features
Women & Agriculture: ‘farmers might have some of the solutions'
Ahead of speaking at our Women and Agriculture conference, Australian builder Harrison Gardner discusses how everyone can be taught the skills needed to build their own home, writes Sarah McIntosh.
4 October 2023 Features
Editorial: become a woman in ag ain't easy, but it is worthwhile
Women marrying in to farming families face a steep learning curve, but that doesn't mean we aren't able for it, writes Janine Kennedy.
20 September 2023 Features
Instagram and dairying - for this Co Tipperary farmer; they're the perfect mix
Katie Gleeson divides her time between working with brands and organisations for through her popular Instagram account, being a mom and farming at home with her husband.
20 September 2023 Features
Celebrating a strong community of women
With the Women & Agriculture conference coming up, we take a sneak peak at what’s to come,writes Janine Kennedy
13 September 2023 Features