Poland's conservative ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) at a Saturday convention presented a package of solutions to support farmers who have recently expressed their disappointment with government policy.
Grzegorz Bardowski from Uniejowic is bidding for the Strauss Farmers Cup with a giant 4.7 hectare ‘field painting’ created using the latest farm tech.
The number of Polish firms investing in green solutions to reduce the harmful environmental effects of their operations has more than doubled over a year.
In this episode of the Debrief, our weekly news review and as Poland launches a mass vaccination drive against Covid-19, we speak to a medical professional about the implications of the pandemic.
Passing the abandoned palace in Lower Silesian every day on his way to work, crop farmer Józef Żałobniak eventually decided to buy the place and turn it into a hotel spa saying: “I wanted to save it for other people to enjoy. That was my dream.”
Polish farmers, members of the Agrounia union, staged a protest in the Polish capital early on Saturday demanding support for the strained agriculture industry.
Referring to amendments to an animal protection bill, head of the PiS parliamentary caucus Ryszard Terlecki told reporters on Friday that there were plans to compensate ritual meat producers after the law has come into effect.
Ryszard Kałaczyński, who became a local hero in 2015 when he got into the Guinness Book of Records for running 366 marathons in as many days, says he now wants to make his village ‘famous again’ by completing the staggering 100 Ironman Triathlon challenge.
President Andrzej Duda said on Sunday that in his decision on a new animal rights protection law he will take into account the welfare of both animals and farmers.
Poland's ruling party Law and Justice (PiS), which came into power in 2015, did not live up to its election promise of ensuring EU subsidies for Polish farmers at an equal level to those in the West, presidential candidate Rafał Trzaskowski said on Tuesday.