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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.
Wind power can and is a great clean energy source for Ireland but only if its implemented properly.
Tom Jordan takes a look back over a tough year globally and in his first sunday Feature of 2017 asks where to next?
Tom Jordan takes a look at the Irish fishing Industry in the wake of the hard hitting documentary the Atlantic.
Tom Jordan takes a look at farming today and if we can live without farm chemicals in the future.
Traces of farm chemicals make their way into our food and drinking water - What is the cost of Farm Chemicals to our Health? Tom Jordan takes a look!
An imbalance occurs when poison is used too often in deterring birds of prey:
We are permanently changing the make-up of our planet - Climate Change is taking effect much sooner than expected! It's our Sunday Feature!
This is heavy land and not so easy to manage, but when the drains are working and the grass is set, it's rich and productive.
The technology exists to manage slurry safely and efficiently, maximising its nutrient worth while using it as a raw material for generating heat and power.
The status of our pollinator species should be of deep concern to farmers and rural dwellers, as without them we would be unable to produce much of our food.