In normal non-covid times, we would be just after enjoying the first summer show of the year our very own Newmarket-on-Fergus agricultural show on the May bank holiday.
The wonderful thing about growing up in Rural Ireland is the variety of experience one gets to gratify themselves with seeing the seasons progress and the cycle of creation and destruction that is at the very essence of nature.
*The Melody senior herd sire, F.H. Unique Last weekend we welcomed Dr. Keir McNamara and his Agricultural Science class to our farm to discuss all things agriculture with a special focus on the environment. It was great to have such an engaging group of students walking the farm and drawing up the connection between their …
*Jack Enright & Joe Melody happy to see the sheds emptied for the spring. A strong forestry sector must be attractive for farmers but currently there is little ambition for the sector from Government, Joe Melody writes.
*Hens on the Melody farm in Bunratty. Photograph: John Mangan Producing an in-demand product that is enjoyed by many has proven to be a special feeling, farming columnist Joe Melody remarked on the success of Melody Farm Eggs.