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In this week’s Sunday Feature, we look at one of Ireland’s most iconic birds; the Curlew.
In this week’s Sunday Feature, fifth-generation farmer Catherina takes a look at the unknown future of the family farm.
In this week's Sunday Feature, we look at the welcoming increase of honeybee populations.
Sunday Feature: Destructive Fires reflect failed management of uplands but they could be a model for sustainable farming
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 says agrochemicals are undermining food security. We must learn to farm without them, and soon.
Food Security in the hands of Agri-Giants is a bad joke - To survive, Ireland's farmers must reject corporate takeover
Spring has come and Tom Jordan shares his thoughts on the wonderful season for this week's Sunday Feature.
Our wildlife is declining at a rapid rate but the Heritage Bill is not designed with wildlife in mind - It's Sunday Feature Time!
The hen harrier designation issue from the perspective of the hen harriers themselves - It's Sunday Feature time!
Farmers in Ireland and across Europe are operating high-cost systems but when the food comes to market it is under-priced. How is this so?
Ireland has the ability to be a climate change leader but are we doing enough? Tom Jordan takes a look in this week's Sunday Feature.
Forestry and farming working together may well be a new and future way to farm for tomorrow.
Following Bord na Mónas call out to farmers to grow willow for biofuels , Tom Jordan takes a look at the cost/benefits of short-rotation biofuels
Tom Jordan looks at the current debate around land reclamation and see's how nature is suffering as a result.
The idea of opening trade is a good one, this deal looks rotten - Tom Jordan takes a look at CETA
Tom Jordan has his final say on the fractious issue of glyphosate which has caused much debate with That's Farming readers.