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Irish Farmers Journal news editor Patrick Donohoe speaks to Glanbia co-op chair Henry Corbally about volatility in the tillage sector, and the work involved in being a well-paid board director.
News correspondent Odiel Evans spoke with two British farmers on the upcoming referendum on the UK's membership of the EU: Andrew Baxter and Alistair Mackintosh.
Following the formation of Organic NI as a body to represent organic farmers and growers in Northern Ireland last year, Irish Farmers Journal Northern Ireland correspondent Peter McCann met one of its members, David Laughlin.
Amy Fitzgibbon met several exhibitors at Bloom 2016. First, Paul Finnegan, one of the family members running Finnegan and Sons, also known as The Potato People, about adding value to their potatoes at the 10th Bloom Festival in Dublin.
Co Cavan-based farmer Barry Kavanagh was the designer of gold-medal winning garden, Across Boundaries.
Fiann Ó Nualláin designed the 1916 commemoration garden, Bullets and Boiled Sweets.
Still at Bloom, Irish Country Living editor Mairead Lavery talked to Irish celebrities Nuala Carey, Marty Morrissey and Evelyn Cusack about their favourite flowers.
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