The Game Fair returns to Ragley Hall in Warwickshire this 29-31 July and once again it’s set to be an unmissable three-day celebration of all that’s great about the British…

How has pigeon shooting changed over time, and how can you maximise your chances? Rupert Godfrey take a look at what makes a modern pigeon Shot. 12 pieces of pigeon…

Blue layers or brown, rare breed or rescue? Which fashionable chickens will you see roaming in the smartest gardens, asks Martha Terry. Meet the bane of fox, postman and unwanted…

This month we celebrate HM The Queen’s Jubilee and all things British. In commemoration of the Platinum Jubilee we have exclusive content from The Field’s archives, The Queen as a…

Bar snacks

British bar snacks are coming into their own again, aim higher than peanuts and make a meal of the cocktail hour with the best Scotch eggs and pork scratchings

Gundog Photograph of the Year

Choosing a name for you canine companion is always tricky. However David Tomlinson breaks the process down and provides some helpful tips to give your dog a name they can…

It’s less ‘preloved’ than ‘reloved’, finds Charlie Flindt, with long waiting lists for new cars making second-hand vehicles look a whole lot more attractive in buyers’ eyes. THE RESURGENCE OF…

Sir Johnny Scott celebrates the enviably elegant sighthounds, who hunt entirely by sight and speed rather than scent. Everyone wants that perfect picking-up or peg dog, but training gundog puppies…

point-to-point

Rory Knight Bruce celebrates the joy of a point-to-point, with its amateur spirit and ability to pull together all parts of rural life. Be the picnic envy of your local…