Month / June 2014

If there is one topic that occupies the minds of farmers and those on the land more than the weather, or the price of wheat or wool or sheep or cattle – it is the future. Is there a future in agriculture for our children and grandchildren? If there is, what kind of future will […]

Out of Ireland have we come, Great hatred, little room. Maimed us at the start. I carry from my mother’s womb A fanatic heart. W B Yeats 1865–1939 Dedications For Lynne When the Black Dog stalked me, she lit fires and kept me warm and safe. When others turned their backs, she smiled and called […]