VIDEO: Celebrating the role of women in agriculture

“The women taking part are from a real mix of backgrounds - from arable, dairy and livestock farmers, to fruit growers, accountants, directors, consultants and land agents.

VIDEO: Aoife Forde – 40-cow suckler farmer in the Burren

WIT graduate, Aoife Forde, runs a suckler-to-weanling system with her parents.

'I am thankful that I can farm alongside my dad'

"We started farming again in 2007, quite unexpectedly, when mum came home one evening with eight Aberdeen Angus-cross-Friesian dropped calves,” explains 22-year-old Mena.

Farmer’s Diary: How I became a sheep farmer after a serious road traffic collision

After a very serious traffic accident in 2010, my life, as I knew it, changed forever, writes Clodagh Hughes.

VIDEO: A farming year with Anna Truesdale

"Little bit different from the usual but I hope you enjoy anyway."

VIDEO: ‘I call myself a farmer by default’

“I come from a marketing/event management/theatre background,” explains Margaret, a suckler-beef farmer.

'Without farming, there is no future' - 32-year-old farmer

“An industry that feeds us is an industry worth fighting for," says Hannah, a farmer, artist, photographer and brand ambassador.

'I was going to study veterinary one way or another'

"I knew it was going to be a struggle to get the points with my dyslexia.” explains 23-year-old Julie, a UCD vet student.

VIDEO: A day in the life of a sheep farmer

Competitive sheep shearer, Joanne Devaney, is weaning and drenching lambs and attending a mart.

Farmer’s Diary: A ‘woolly’ reflection this week

I believe many of life’s lessons, good and tough, can be learned through working with animals, writes sheep farmer, Clodagh Hughes.

VIDEO: Introducing A Girl and Her Cows

How many bales did they make?

VIDEO: Working on a 650-dairy cow farm in New Zealand

"Cows were milked through 50-unit rotary parlour." explains Sarah Davidson

VIDEO: 'During the summer holidays, I help with contracting, mainly baling'

Deirdre Divilly is a dairy farmer and third-year UCD ag science student.

Farmer’s Diary: As the saying goes, no teeth no horse or is that no hoof, no horse?

I was laid up for almost 5 days unable to undertake anything too strenuous, writes Clodagh Hughes.

‘I’m a girl whose head turns when they hear a tractor passing’

"By the end of my placement, I was a pro at fixing water troughs!” says 20-year-old Violet Ryan.

VIDEO: DIY milk recording with Anna Truesdale

"Lockdown means I've been doing my own milk recording, so I thought I'd show you the process."

‘The future of small suckler farmers is bleak’

“The margin is too small between the good-quality animal and the poor-quality animal.” says 21-year-old farmer and student, Niamh McMahon.