‘Rare Breed – A Farming Year’ returns for a new series with new farms and families and some familiar faces on Thursday, 17th January at 8.30pm on UTV. Taking viewers into the heart of the farming world in Northern Ireland, Rare Breed’s behind the scenes depiction of the annual farming cycle, and the ups and downs of farming life across Northern Ireland, has proved to be a much loved hit with viewers. Series 6 in 2018 was UTV’s most watched local programme, with an average of 186,000 viewers and an almost 30% share across the 12 episodes. Filmed in all weathers, this series follows 11 farmers and families from a variety of farms across Northern Ireland over a 12 month period. We follow the producers of cattle, sheep, pigs, apples, eggs, trees and vegetables, and see how our local produce not only ends up on our tables but also how internationally successful it is, worth millions to the economy, providing employment for tens of thousands of people.In the first episode we meet The Wilson family from Co. Fermanagh. They make a welcome return to the Rare Breed screen having been featured in the first ever series. They are getting bulls… Read full this story
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