We have a tired and battered billiard table which we would like to have re-baized and restored for our growing grandchildren. The table has been stored in a barn with…
Charnwood forest oaks are dying as Forestry Commission tree pathologists search for the cause.
Phoenix-like, the Dumfriesshire & Stewartry Foxhounds have arisen from the ashes of Lord Watson's flawed Act.
With Burns' Night looming, The Field investigates the pleasures of buying your own cask of malt whisky - enough to water a whole herd of haggis
The flighting and feeding of thousands of wild birds is a spectacle not to be missed. David Tomlinson takes a look at where you can go bird-watching in a winter…
Frozen dawns in the wrong place, skeins too high, too far – years passed before Tideliner finally bagged his first white-front for the festive table.
If there's one thing farmers love more than £180/ton for wheat, it's game-shooting. It's this love that will keep conservation features
Katie Dashwood meets the hunt supporters who are raising money – and pulses – with show-stopping performances.
Grouse, woodcock, snipe, pheasant, everything a discerning gun could want, in Upper Teesdale. This is a "proper back end day" with a mixed bag to dream about.
Jaques Hicter has 80 English partridge per square kilometre in Picardy as well as good crop yealds. He shares the secret of his success with The Field.