Farming columnist Joe Melody believes it is time to get reacquainted with the seasonality of food.
Transparency is still lacking in the beef industry while The Clare Echo’s farming columnist Joe Melody this week questions what achievements have been made by The Beef Plan in 2019.
A sense of hope is emerging on the farms of Clare as the cycle of rebirth begins but an anti-farming agenda is developing on RTÉ, Joe Melody writes in his latest column for The Clare Echo.
Excitement is building on the Melody farm with the starting line for calving season in sight.
Farming needs to be developed as a career path for young people to add a vibrancy and energy to the industry, farming columnist Joe Melody opines.
Healthy food leads to healthy people says The Clare Echo’s farming columnist Joe Melody who admits daily messaging from health officials surrounding the virus are missing a trick.
Clare Echo farming columnist Joe Melody reflects on 2020 from an agricultural perspective and points to a rallying in the dairy sector to make a decent year.
We can do well by doing good. I believe that this statement is something generations of Clare farmers are a testament to.
Optics do not reveal the whole story when it comes to ‘the cheque from Brussels’ received by farmers according to Clare Echo farming columnist Joe Melody.
Diversity! It’s a word that has a ring to it, it sounds rather noble but in the age of diversity training in large companies we seem to be moving away from diversity in farming.