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.

Cockerpoo gundogs

There are no official Kennel Club figures, but the popularity of cockerpoos is undeniable. Now is the time to consider a cockerpoo gundog, says David Tomlinson, especially if the family…

Aoife Bakonyi Byrne

With two inspirational sporting Dianas in her family, Aoife Bakonyi Byrne discovered her passion for hunting as a child in Ireland. Today, when she is not working as a vet…

Pasta alla Norma

Recreate a night of open-air opera in your own garden with an al fresco feast and family talent. Philippa Davis’ pasta alla Norma hails from Catania in Sicily and is…

Stop weeds growing in borders

To get your borders looking their very best, follow our simple tips on how to stop weeds growing in borders. And attract more insects to your flower beds instead with…

How does a trout catch a fly

How does a trout see a fly? Learning and understanding the intricacies of this process will prove key to choosing your fly – and your chances of success, says Paul…

East Anglia properties

The Field’s pick of the best East Anglia properties on the market now offer charm and character aplenty. A beloved building in Lavenham, famed as England’s best preserved medieval village,…

How to barbecue game.

Don’t forget your frozen stocks of game as summer gets underway. It makes excellent BBQ fare. But it is less forgiving than other meats, so avoid disappointment and dryness by…

Best Devon properties

From invigorationg sea air and spellbinding views to buckets of charm and character in a thriving village, The Field selects the best Devon properties on the market this month. THREE…