Student Focus: Stephen Coen

Catherina meets 22-year-old Mayo native, Stephen Coen - a successful sheep and suckler farmer; student and GAA star who is no stranger to lifting prestigious trophies.

All Things Haulage - Colm Sherlock

This week, Kevin speaks to a third-generation haulier from Co. Meath, Mr. Colm Sherlock of Sherlock International. Read about his ‘journey’ below!

From across the pond - Joseph Marsh

In our all-new series, ThatsFarming speaks to people farming all over the globe. Week one, we have Joseph Marsh who works as a fruit farmer, also raising chickens, rabbits and goats in Portugal! Read his story below!

Sheep Guide: Lambs dosed, battle to get swards cut and lilac Jacobs?

An eventful week on the farm this week, with lambs dosed, a battle to get silage ground cut, docks sprayed and even the sale of a bull to France. Read all about it below!

Stuart Says: Let’s think Imaginative Solutions for the 2018/19 winter

‘The Government and farming organisations should already be working to facilitate such forage partnerships. Many farmers are only thinking about where the next bale is coming from’. -Stuart is back.

Farm Hacks - More Home remedies to cure your stock!

This week, the focus is back on animal health and husbandry and how you could save yourself some much-needed cash, through homemade treatments. Read some of them below!

Women in Ag: Thea Broderick

Thea Broderick once considered a career in Podiatry, but her strong farming roots sparked an interest in studying Agricultural Science at WIT.

Women in Ag: Marian Dalton

“People have never doubted my abilities as a woman in Agriculture.” Catherina meets Marian Dalton, who started farming when she married a farmer over thirty-five years ago.

Farmer Focus: Kevin Harney

Catherina meets Kevin Harney, a fourth-generation cattle; sheep and goat farmer & Agri-Business student.

Going for goats: The myotonic ‘fainting’ goat

Believe it or not, there is an American breed of goat, famed for fainting under stress. Read more about it below.