With fertile soils, a temperate climate and abundant rain water, Ireland has enviable natural advantages for farming the land to produce food, fiber. Ireland’s climate is particularly suited for the growth of rye grass, an excellent and inexpensive feed for livestock. The Ceide Fields on the north Mayo coast contain the remains of a 5,000 year old Stone Age farming landscape. Today, beef and milk production are the two most important farming sectors in Ireland, accounting for around 60% of agricultural output.
Best Times: May- September
There is so much to see in this region of the world from cheese in France, to wine in Italy, olives in Spain, to the hops in Germany.
Depending on the nature of the crop, it is possible to harvest two successive crops in the same year on about 10 percent of the country's irrigated land.
Best Times: May - September
In this region, there are wheat farms in the Czech Republic to big grain agriculture in the Ukraine.
Hungary's leading agricultural products are a combination of staple crops, famous specialty items such as wine and livestock products, and basic livestock. Hungary's most important crops include corn, wheat, sugar beets, barley, potatoes, and sunflower seeds.