All things Haulage: David Simon

In our all-new series, All Things Haulage, Kevin speaks to David Simon of David Simon Transport, a Sligo man with a strong agricultural background who drives trucks for a living.

All Things Haulage: Nicholas Thompson

Kevin speaks to Nicholas Thompson this week, one of the main members of the Thompson Hay and Haylage team. Nicholas helps run the family business, Thompson Hay, straw and Haylage in Co. Fermanagh.

Farm Hacks: Forget about buying stuff in, what about building it yourself!

This week’s Farm Hacks focuses on how to save you money, by building it yourself.

All things Haulage: Meet Diarmuid O’Mahony, part of the family run operation Tony O’Mahony Agri & Plant Haulage in Co. Cork.

On this week’s installment of every truckers favourite new series, Kevin spoke to Diarmuid/Der O’Mahony, who hails from near Bandon, Co. Cork.

Farmers Diary: The silage is done and we are hoping for that elusive bit of hay

John shares his farming week and is enjoying a breather while the suns shines for once.

10 ways you can tell its Irish summer on the farm

On this weeks "10 ways you can tell" we give 10 ways to tell its Irish Summer on the Farm!

Fuel price drop, really?

According to a new survey carried out by AA Ireland, Fuel prices across the country have been steadily decreasing.

Leitrim Takes centre stage, with new out there Competition

Leitrim county have another unusual competition underway, the Leitrim Scarecrow Competition.

Celeb lookalikes take over award winning farm.

All you have to do is look at the effort this farmer’s gone into to make his farm a step above the rest.

Is your knowledge first 'CLAAS'?

Prove your 'CLAAS' of the machinery production company CLAAS with this little quiz.

Friday Funnies: Silage Fails

On this week's Friday funnies we stick to the silage theme, seeing as the season is in full swing.

Police ‘spread’ farmer

After a farmer tried to control illegal ravers himself, his methods caused immediate action from police.