Nick heads to the Harrisons' 90-acre farm near Greyabbey on the Ards Peninsula in Northern Ireland. David and Helen intend to turn their plant nursery into a restaurant and farm shop, but Nick believes it's too big of a risk.
Nick heads to the North Antrim coast near Ballycastle, where Charlie Cole is attempting to transform his parents' farm into a business capable of supporting him and his young brothers.
Nick heads to Brownlee's Apple Farm in County Fermanagh, where he helps John and Ingrid Brownlee bring value to their crop.
Nick heads to a smallholding near Enniskillen where he meets Gordon Fallis, a committed environmentalist who is struggling to get by with the land management grants he receives.
Nick heads to Tullyveery House, an estate owned and run by the Heron family for more than 200 years. With the estate's cattle and sheep herds no longer able to support the house, Nick tries to come up with some creative solutions.
Nick travels to Lisdillon, County Londonderry, to assist Mike and Rhonda Nurse in their attempt to create an equestrian center.
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