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.

Slow-cooked pheasant with chickpeas Revithia

Keep the new season sniffles at bay with Philippa Davis’ slow-cooked pheasant with chickpeas Revithia. The broth of this Greek-inspired dish contains lots of minerals extracted from the bones and…

Female taxidermists

Talented female taxidermists are breathing new life into an art form that is far from dying out, as Ettie Neil-Gallacher discovers. For more on sporting art, Tony Ladd spent his…

Alfa Romeo Giulia

Beautiful, lively and with bags of character – Charlie Flindt is impressed by the new Alfa Romeo Giulia, despite its slight quirks. For more on motoring, read Charlie Flindt’s review…

London hunting

Heading to the metropolis doesn’t mean having to do without riding to hounds. London hunting is tremendous fun, says Michael Clayton, as he recounts using the capital as a hunting…

October 2017 Field cover

Mixed game days – a cocktail of challenges; scruff order in the coverts – has our dress code changed?; follow hounds from London – why the Smoke’s a capital hunting…

What to wear for shooting

When considering the proper dress code for a day in the field, should one follow tradition or trend? Robert Gibbons advises on what to wear for shooting. Looking to add…

Lady Melissa Percy

Brought up in Northumberland and introduced to fieldsports at a very young age, sport is a family affair for Lady Melissa Percy. From a surprise catch aged seven to launching…

Best shooting gilets

Whatever the weather, a gilet is essential kit. Smart over a shirt in the summer and an invaluable mid-layer for chilly days in the field, gilets are both practical and…