The Field is a monthly glossy dedicated to those brave souls who shoot, fish and hunt way beyond the call of duty. Since 1853, its staff has selflessly brought its readers the cream of rural life, be it pheasant shooting, dry-fly fishing or the distinct merits of Cheval Blanc. If you love fieldsports, errant terriers and very foxy friends at hunt balls, The Field is for you.

Peach, fig, plum and croissant pudding

This peach, fig, plum and croissant pudding is delicious up the hill as the shoot lunch finale or even as a surreptitious breakfast. For a classic summer pud with a…

Freddy Paske

Freddy Paske may have left one war behind when he left the Army but his sporting art has led him to documenting another. Janet Menzies speaks to Freddy Paske about…

Boxall and Edmiston 16-bore

16-bores are enjoying a renaissance. With this in mind, Michael Yardley takes to the range with the new Boxall and Edmiston 16-bore over and under. He finds it to be…

2016 Macnab Challenge

Entries for the 2016 Macnab Challenge are open. The bravest sportsmen and women are ready to set boot to moor and take on fieldsports’ ultimate test. Together with the Pol…

September 2016 cover of The Field

Guns’ dogs – has the peg dog had its day? salmon fishing in the Westcountry – the Exe is the answer; the Land Rover Defender – in homage to a…

Rosehip tea

Make rosehip tea for a refreshing afternoon drink or a comforting replacement for standard tea in the evening. Rosehips can be found growing on wild roses or you can grow…

MFHA Bursary

Twenty years ago, the Masters of the Foxhounds Association questioned how the huntsmen of tomorrow would be found and then trained. Today, we have the MFHA Bursary Scheme to assist…