In the first of a series of blogs reflecting on his residence with the project, Shane Finan talks looking at sheep as an artist, and how sheep view us in return.
Choices and viewpoints are often seen as "one or the other". The representation of farming in the media is no exception. Artist in residence Shane Finan explores the tension between care and necessity in his latest blog.
The social science cluster have put together a proposal for a session at the Royal Geographical Society-Institute of British Geographers Annual International Conference, which will be held virtaually between 31 August -3 September 2021.
How applicable is a study, such as FIELD to other regions and contexts? Is Bovine Viral Diarrhoea still a problem worth investigating, or should our focus move on to other livestock diseases? A recent comment by a friendly Scottish farmer got Niamh and Maria thinking.
How have livestock production practices changed? Who or what has influenced these changes? Our interactive timeline of key events in British Agriculture history is now live and helps to address some of these questions.