In the Field

6th February 2017

Digging for Farm Press Freedom in Cuba

29th December 2016

New Chairwoman of ENAJ

17th July 2016

Where we have a free press we can find bread and meat

by VDAJ To the honorary president of the German farmers’ union Mr Gerd Sonnleitner there is a connection between a free press and welfare of society. […]
30th March 2016

Journalist members of AJAC hold Master Classon promotion of family farming

3rd February 2016

It’s the cows or Scotland, so Valerie chooses both!

By Chris McCullough Love certainly does strange things to people but for a young farm lass from Ballygowan in Northern Ireland it has meant packing up […]
3rd February 2016

Ukraine launches ‘school for ag journos’

by Iurii Mykhailov The Union of agricultural journalists of Ukraine and The National Academy of Agrarian Sciences of Ukraine on February, 26, 2016 have launched the […]
1st October 2015

Venturing high into the Austrian Alps to report on ‘hay milk’

By Chris McCullough British and Irish Guilds member Chris McCullough recently travelled to Austria to report on the specialised production of hay milk in the Alpine […]
24th August 2015

Farmers Today brings international knowledge to farmers

By Marc van der Sterren  |  Farming Africa Dutch agriculture differs significantly from African agriculture. The costly highly technologized agricultural system may seem too different for […]
26th October 2013

Maintaining an ancient tradition

As if they haven’t been busy enough organising the Guild’s annual Harvest Service & Lunch and planning the IFAJ Congress 2014, British Guild of Agricultural Journalists […]