Personality Quiz: Are you a lambing expert?

It's Sunday so that means only one thing; Quiz Time! This week are you a lambing expert?

News Down Under: Heatwave wiping out crops and livestock for Aussie farmers

Kallee reports on whats been a very hot February in Australia which has caused huge problems for farmers there.

Hill walker judgement overturned by high court

The controversial case has come to an end.

Applications for Nitrates Derogations Open as Figures Reveal 1,921 farmers Sanctioned in 2016

Applications have opened for nitrate derogations for 2017 but last years figures show many were sanctioned for overuse.

My Grazing Week 21 on ABC robotic grazing

Andrew Walsh is back with the popular series and 40% of his spring cows have calved.

Video: Suckler subsidy scheme yes or no?

Caroline Keane reports on the proposed €200 a head suckler welfare scheme.

Women in Ag: Meet Olivia a farmer and aspiring photographer

This week's women in Ag is a farmer with a difference. Olivia from Devon traveled to New Zealand to earn her farming stripes but now calls County Clare home.

US scientists have developed perennial wheat

US scientists and researchers at Washington State University are currently working on developing a perennial wheat. A long sought after goal.

Editorial: Young Farmers being forgotten all over again

That’s Farming Editor talks about the recent problems facing young farmers.

Machinery Review: All that glitters is gold at FTMTA including Fendt 724

Stuart's been and had a look at all the new toys at FTMTA including the Fendt 724.

Opinion: Bird flu still a clear and present danger

The news of two more confirmed cases of bird flu in recent days by the Department raises the question are we ready to tackle a potential outbreak?

Personality Quiz: Are you a real Irish farmer?

It's Sunday personality quiz time and this one is brilliant. Are you a real Irish farmer? There is only one way to find out!

Sunday Feature: Agroforestry may well be the future of Agriculture

Forestry and farming working together may well be a new and future way to farm for tomorrow.