Catherina Cunnane, editor of That’s Farming, has a short message as we prepare to close the door on 2022.
As editor of That’s Farming, I would like to take this opportunity to wish you and yours a happy Christmas and New Year.
I wish to extend my appreciation to those who contributed, assisted with and supported the operation of our publication in any capacity this year.
I am deeply indebted to those who work behind the scenes in various departments, our team of freelance writers who capture stories, our readers who openly share their personal experiences with our ever-growing audience, to our readers who engage with and circulate our content and to our portfolio of clients who partner with That’s Farming to advertise their brand.
As we close the door on 2022, I look forward to working alongside you all in 2023 and wish you a happy, healthy, prosperous, safe and fruitful new year.
Readers should note that the publication will operate at reduced working hours over the festive period until early 2023.
In the meantime, we will reflect on some of the biggest farming news stories of 2022 and re-share some of our most popular articles this year, along with adding some new content to our site and social media platforms.
2022 has been a year like no other for farmers, and we look forward to sharing more stories from more grassroot members in the New Year, which is sure to yield some interesting times as the new CAP kicks into effect, as will the Climate Action Plan 2023.
On a parting note, I wish to reaffirm our commitment to continue to bring you, our readers, the latest farming news across beef, dairy, sheep, machinery and livestock marts.
To share your story with That’s Farming, please email – [email protected]
About the editor:
Catherina Cunnane hails from a sixth-generation drystock and pedigree and commerical suckler enterprise in the west of Ireland, where she farms alongside her father.
She currently holds the position of editor, having joined the firm during its start-up phase in 2015, as a freelance writer.