articles about organic-farming
"There’s this kind of hearsay attitude like ‘you can’t grow wheat in Ireland for bread production’ and I thought that can’t be right.”
The O’Connors sell their organic produce in their own shop.
Michael gave himself three rules – to have no debt, to farm organically and to err on the side of nature.
The Condons have access to some 2,000-acres of commonage
Oliver and Anna Dixon who run their farm with the help of Abdul and Faisal, James Murphy, Michael Glennon, Laura Tully and Martin Greene will appear on tonight's episode.
‘I am now a proud, progressive, profitable, and more significantly a happier farmer’ - Offaly farmer revealed how organic farmer has changed his life and that of his family.
‘The demand for all types of organic food is growing’ - Pippa Hackett, Green Party Spokesperson for Agriculture, Food, Forestry, Heritage and Animal Welfare shares her thoughts.
Catherina meets Dominic Leonard who made the jump into organic farming nearly two decades ago. He now runs a thriving farmshop with his wife, where they sell their farm produce.
In the next of our organic series, we chat to Willie, a young farmer who's bringing his beef fully organic:
In this week's organic farming section we meet Dominic Leonard whose farming cattle, pigs, sheep and just about everything else organically!
In the next of our organic series, we chat to Eamonn; a Mayo farmer with a uniquely natural farm:
An Organic farm in Co. Donegal has sold for over €17million
In this week’s Organic Farming section we meet Joe Connolly from ‘Connolly’s Organic Eggs’