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That’s Farming’s free-to-download mobile apps

That’s Farming’s Apps

Award-winning digital-only all-in-one agricultural news portal, That’s Farming, has released its new free-to-download mobile apps to improve user experience.

Readers can access the latest agricultural and rural-related news and developments via the company’s apps, which are available on the Play Store (Android devices) and the App Store (Apple devices, including iPad and iPhone).

The new easy-to-use apps build on the company’s previous releases and boast added features, including:

  • New layout;
  • New search facility;
  • An eight-strong menu bar to foster website navigation.

Content includes:

  • News;
  • Beef;
  • Dairy;
  • Machinery;
  • Marts;
  • Sheep;
  • Videos;
  • Funnies.

That’s Farming

That’s Farming’s readers can access news, technical tips and advice from industry-leading experts and features from the industry’s grassroots members, including but not limited to farmers (dairy, beef, sheep, horse, alpaca, goat, pig, poultry and tillage), agricultural contractors, advisors and veterinary personnel.

The digital news publisher is dedicated to providing technical, original and high-quality content for its ever-expanding audience at local, national and international levels (the US, UK and NZ).

All content is available to access free of charge (no paywall or subscription fees) 24/7, 365 days of the year, directly through its website –, apps and social media channels.


The firm, headquartered in the west of Ireland, was founded by the late Eugene Dalton and is spearheaded by Catherina Cunnane, a sixth-generation farmer from Co. Mayo, supported by a talented team of content creators.

Cunnane, who has a strong agricultural and media background, joined the firm during its start-up phase in 2015 as a freelance writer.

The sixth-generation Mayo-based farmer now holds the position of general manager and managing editor at That’s Farming, a sister company of Corrib Oil.

More information

You can read content via its website – or download apps via Play Store and App Store.

To share your story with That’s Farming, email Catherina – [email protected]

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