Cashel Blue Farm is a unique farm business whose journey took a new path back in 1984 when they decided to start manufacturing the multi-award winning Cashel Blue Cheese.
Growing up in Rathmolyon, County Meath, 21-year-old Tik-Tok John Halton epitomises the new age of digital farming. John, together with his father Don, mother Ursula and two brothers Timothy and
Kate and Kevin Hoare are full time dairy farmers in Tideford in South-East Cornwall and have been running their own farm business since January 2018. Kate told us “We are both from farming
Father & Son team, Pat & Padraic Kennedy run a dual Beef & Dairy operation in Templemore, Co. Tipperary. Padraic mainly looks after the dairy side of things and Pat looks after the beef. Padraic
Philip Stewart, otherwise known as ‘Farmer Phil’, has been using an app to simplify and speed up certain jobs on the farm that in times gone by would have taken an age to do.
Farming on the Tipperary/Kilkenny border in Ballingarry, Co. Tipperary, John Fennelly, and his wife Ciara, are new dairy entrants who, up until 2014, were operating a suckler enterprise along with
Scottish dairy farmer, George Booth, lives and works on his family farm in Lockerbie after moving up from North Yorkshire in 2006. He is a fourth-generation dairy farmer but his family had been
Oliver Paul is a fifth generation suckler farmer with a family background in agri-business, originally in feeds & malts and now diversifying into the award-winning Suffolk Food Hall. Here, Oliver
North Cork Creameries supplier Donal Lehane, along with Thomas McAuliffe, milk 100 pedigree Holsteins in Kanturk and have been using the Herdwatch farm management app to reduce farm paperwork and