Sunday Feature: Is burning of uplands a model for sustainable farming

Sunday Feature: Destructive Fires reflect failed management of uplands but they could be a model for sustainable farming

People4Soil seeking European Soil Directive.

People4Soil are seeking the passing of a European Soil Directive to help protect air, water and natural habitats.

Boortmalt squeezing Ireland's maltings growers out of existence

Malting barley is a niche industry but market domination is driving farmers away

Hen harrier scheme launched - At last!

The new locally-led hen harrier scheme is being rolled out immediately

Time for a rethink of current wind incentives?

Is now the time to re-think the current wind incentives? Tom Jordan takes a look!

Hogan: No deal would be a disaster, not just for the UK, but everyone

EU Commissioner for Agriculture & Rural Development says 'no deal would be a disaster, not just for the UK, but everyone,' at the IFA Brexit Event today

Sunday Feature: Nitrogen is costing us all dearly

Tom Jordan takes a deep look at the role Nitrogen plays on our farms - It's Sunday feature time!

Sunday Feature: UN Human Rights Report - Agrochemicals undermining food security

Sunday Feature: UN Human Rights Report says agrochemicals are undermining food security. We must learn to farm without them, and soon.

Escape of Scottish salmon reignites the question of salmon farming sustainability

A salmon farm in Scotland has seen a major escape with around 20,000 fish believed to have been freed by predators.

Orange warning in place but gorse fires continue to burn

Tom Jordan is here to bring us up to speed on the Gorse Fires still burning this week.

77% of farms could reduce pesticides costs without affecting output

A major new study has found that 77% of farms could drastically reduce their pesticide use without affecting productivity.

Naughten: 'Just short of a million people will be waiting for high speed broadband'

The days of being impressed by internet facilities are long past. We now need it to survive, so the latest broadband promise had better be real.

Sunday Feature: To survive, Ireland's farmers must reject corporate takeover

Food Security in the hands of Agri-Giants is a bad joke - To survive, Ireland's farmers must reject corporate takeover

TB eradication may require entire herd culls

As some cattle are silent vectors, TB eradication may require entire herd culls - Find out more here

Fertilizers & emissions: Maximising efficiency by reducing Nitrous Oxide emissions

Ireland has been somewhat vilified for falling behind EU targets but how can we maximise efficiency while reducing emissions?

Glyphosate: MEPs seek delay in relicensing as US court reveals manipulation

A group of European MEPs, including Nessa Childers, are asking the EU not to renew the licence for glyphosate - More here