articles about women-in-farming
Essex native Fiona-Jane Garrett made the jump into social farming a number of years ago and has since made her mark in the Digital Art & Photography circles.
Our farmer Catherina has decided to dispel some of those myths!
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Catherina meets 2014 Nuffield Scholar, Cheryl Hazenberg who has over fifteen years’ experience in Agriculture.
Meet Libby Clarke- who juggles life on a family farm between judging cattle and breeding award-winning stock.
Catherina speaks to Dr. Jennifer McClure, who reflects on a powerful four years working with ICBF as a Research Analyst and Cattle Health Guru.
Catherina speaks to Leitrim’s Karen McCabe, a lady with miles of mart and farming experience, who is currently running a suckler farm with her father.
Catherina speaks to Cavan’s Sophie Bell, a drystock farmer and first-year Ag student in Harper Adams University.
Catherina speaks to Maria Burke, a full-time Prep Auditor, with an outstanding involvement in the YMA of the Irish Holstein Friesian Association.
Opinion: “At times, many have made me feel like an outsider' Catherina Cunnane on sexism in Irish farming
Does sexism exist in the farming world? That's Farming Journalist Catherina Cunnane shares her experience.
Cori’s holiday to Ireland resulted in the development of a new business and a further love for farming!
A move from the town to the countryside sparked Jade Doherty’s love for wellies, livestock and blogging!