We discuss mart closures, Garda checkpoints and the collapse in beef prices with Caitriona Morrissey.
We also hear from Justin McCarthy and Lorcan Allen on where to next for food production in Ireland, under the shadow of Covid-19.
Bord Bia’s CEO, Tara McCarthy also joins us to fill us in on what they are doing to promote Irish food both at home and abroad during the current crisis.
Increasing our bodies’ strength and immunity is more important now than ever. By taking control of the breath you can feel as though you are taking back control of your situation, as well as strengthening the lungs. Yoga can be used to free up the body and focus the mind. Yoga instructor Sarah Lennon guides us through some basic postures.
Our photographers were across Ireland to capture farming in action
Sacrolyte provides 4 in 1 combination of electrolytes, energy, B-vitamins and a unique gelling agent. It is a complete feeding stuff recommended for the stabilisation of water and electrolyte balance in young calves and pigs. It may be used in case of, during periods of, or recovery from digestive disturbance (diarrhoea). Univet products are available through Animal Health Outlets nationwide.
Derek Robinson and his family have been self-isolating on their farm in Co Down.
Dairy, beef and sheep farmers are managing new coronavirus guidelines alongside farming at a very busy time of the year. The Irish Farmers Journal team take you through what's happening on farm.
Navigating through challenging times from a policy, politics and trade flow point of view with Justin McCarthy, Phelim O’Neill and Caitriona Morrissey.
Raine McKeever, age six, likes to make bread with her mommy. She also likes eating the bread with sausages. Baking buns is another favourite but that’s for the weekend #treattime.
Description: Maeve Kennedy, age six, is spending her time off school in the kitchen with her mom. Learning to cook is an invaluable life skill!
Aidan Brennan visits the Breen farm on 24th March 2020