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This week as part of the Sunday Feature, we met some of the students at Mountbellew agricultural college.
This week's Sunday Feature, sees us meet a horse and pony breeder, Jimmy Canavan.
This week, we were on the road with Galway man and XL vet, Conor Geraghty.
That's Farming headed out to Clare Island to meet Sean O'Grady to hear his sheep farming story.
Stuart takes a look at how the French market Charolais beef and wonders can Ireland learn something from this.
Stuart shares his thoughts on why Mercusor might actually force Irish beef farmers to adopt new methods. Its an interesting read for this week's Sunday Feature.
Stuart discusses the positives surrounding the ploughing, it's effect on the food industry and the need for diversification in the food industry.
Ireland's farmers need to be strong inside and out. It’s OK not to feel OK; and it’s absolutely OK to ask for help.
This week's Sunday Feature is a bit different but buffalo farming might just be the next big thing in Irish farming.
With the CAO offers out, we ask is Dublin taking our best people from us and how can rural Ireland fight back to keep them.
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