Where is British Farming going after Brexit?

Stuart Meikle discusses Brexit and what options are out there for farmers still hoping to compete in the UK markets post Brexit.

10% at risk to Radon

A new radon map carried out by researchers from Trinity College Dublin found that up to 460,000 may be at risk to Radon.

TB or not Tb that is the question

I take a look into the creature known as the "curse of farmers", the badger, and whether it holds the sole blame for the spread of TB.

All in favour say AYE!

Glanbia get the go ahead for joint venture, as independent shareholders vote yes to proposal.

Thats 2 bad!

Irish exports to the UK down 2% in 2016 as talk of Brexit continues.

Future Farming - whats on the horizon- Ireland's latest technologies

This week we take a look at the latest technologies on the Irish market developed by our very own Irish companies.

BurrenLIFE project shortlisted in top 5 nature conservation projects.

Ireland's BurrenLIFE rural development project has been shortlisted as one of Europe's Top 5 nature conservation projects.

UK badger cull targets set too low say experts

The UK have lowered their cull targets for badgers but its leading to some experts saying that it will risk increasing TB in cattle rather than reducing it.

Wild Fires sweep through country after dry spell

Wildfires have destroyed hundreds of acres across Ireland from Cork to Donegal.

Opinion: Get this crap out of Europe: Brazilian beef must go

It's time to pick sides and we need to support our beef farmers and let the world know that Brazilian beef is crap.

Scotland to seek another independence vote

Nicola Sturgeon the Scottish First Minister has confirmed today that Scotland will seek a second vote on leaving the UK.

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!

DDAY: Brexit must go before UK Parliament Supreme court rules

A Supreme Court Ruling this morning has declared that Article 50 must go before the UK Parliament for enactment.

CETA secret deal must not go ahead says Ming

The European MEP Luke 'Ming' Flanagan has made known his views on the proposed CETA deal.