In this week's podcast, we hear from farmers who are staging a third tractor protest in Dublin and we get the latest update on the future of a key pesticide, Glyphosate.
This week we hear how much rural crime costs farmers affected and Bord Bia reflect on a successful decade of food exports.
This week we hear from the new IFA president, farmers protesting in Dublin and how farming is set for a renaissance in the MacGillycuddy Reeks.
The week we hear from farmers on the front line at IFA blockades across the country and find out what cow breed produces the tastiest beef.
Beef editor Adam Woods weighs up the progress made by the Beef Taskforce and Stephen Robb delivers an anaerobic digester special.
This week we hear from farmers on the frontline of the tractor protest in Dublin.
This week we hear from farmers at Dairy Day and their take on farmer bashing in the media plus Stephen Robb delves into the world of agriculture robots.
This week, we hear from farmers in Kerry on why they're protesting, find out all about new plant breeding techniques and learn why Antrim has the highest number of robotic milkers.
In this week's podcast, we hear from farmers on what they want to see from the IFA presidential candidates and a UK dairy farmers explains how he farms 3,000ha organically.
This week, we hear from Met Eireann about how climate change might affect farmers, learn about Ireland's fledgling biogas industry and listen to Vicky Phelan in the wake of the Taoiseach's apology.
This week we hear how on-farm animal prescriptions will tighten up and how the Finnish are mad about their 'green gold.'
This week we hear from Amii McKeever on diversity in the IFA, funding in the next CAP and how farm advisory services need to work more closely with farmers.
In budget week we have an exclusive interview with Minister Creed and hear why farmers are protesting outside Glanbia.
This week we hear from the incoming Commissioner for Agriculture on live exports and members of the Air Corps discuss rescuing farmers from remote locations.
This week we hear how An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar would hate to send unspent BEAM money back to Europe, the IFA president on CAP and the winner of Ploughing with the Stars.
Catch up with all the goings on at the National Ploughing Championships 2019
This week, we hear Tánaiste Coveney on hope after Brexit, catch up with the 2019 hill sheep forum and speak to malting barley advisor Eoin Lyons about a cover crop establishment trail in Co Wexford.
This week, we round up the latest news from protests around the country, hear Minister Creed's thoughts and get exclusive media access to the Meat Business Women conference in Dublin last week.
In this week’s podcast, we hear the latest updates from the courts where the factories are seeking to jail farmers and we cast a light on the farmer share of the retail beef price.
In this week's podcast, we hear from a Donegal beef farmer who wants a fair price for his beef and what dairy farmers think of proposals to reform Ornua.
Minister Creed kicks back at negative media around farming and climate change and we reveal the headway made in beef talks this week.
This week we hear from farmers across the country who are protesting poor beef prices and the mart manager at Tullow talks about the “exuberant” sheep trade.
In this week’s podcast we hear from Limousin farmers in Colorado and Minister Creed on the successor to Food Wise 2025. We also hear from farmers at the gates of factories around the country who are protesting low beef prices.
In this week’s podcast we hear from chair of the Climate Change Advisory Council Professor John Fitzgerald and find out how a splash plate ban will impact intensively stocked farmers.
This week we hear about the work that went on behind scenes of the Goodman investigation and during Farm Safety Week we talk to a survivor of a farm accident.