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Hogan appears before European Parliament Agricultural Committee
A cross-border operation investigating involving a number of State bodies has resulted in the seizure of cattle in Monaghan.
By Maura Fay on 02 October 2014
Flor McCarthy wants farmers to pay planners themselves rather than the Department.
By Pat O'Toole on 02 October 2014
At least 15 submissions have been made around how producer organsiations should work for beef farmers in the future.
By Peter Young on 02 October 2014
Disadvantage area payments continued this week with over €153 million paid to nearly 73,000 farmers; LIPIS appeals update.
By Peter Young on 02 October 2014
Graham farms a beef and sheep enterprise alongside his father and brother in Castledermot, as well as renting ground for tillage and working in Kepak.
By Farmers Journal on 01 October 2014
Ration prices have continues to fall as cheaper cereals are included in mixes across the country.
By Lorcan Allen on 02 October 2014
With sterling strengthening, farmers are set to lose out with a lower SFP in Northern Ireland. The exchange rate for NI was set at 77p = €1 on Tuesday, a 6% reduction in SFP on 2013 levels.
By Kieran Mailey on 02 October 2014
The four regional chairs give their view on key current issues for IFA.
By Pat O'Toole on 02 October 2014
Mark Ward reports from his work experience in New Zealand and the difference in scale compared to Ireland
By Jack Kennedy on 02 October 2014
After a dearth of information on GLAS over the past year the Department has finally began outlining details at its series of information meetings. Further meetings take place over coming days.
By Paul Mooney on 02 October 2014
All speakers from the top table and the floor at the Teagasc Winter milk conference called on milk processors to come clean on new payment structures and the future of winter milk schemes post-2015.
By Jack Kennedy on 02 October 2014
Sheep lameness is due to be a huge probeom over the coming months with an increase in foot rot resistance.
By Journal Vet on 02 October 2014
See below for your guide to what's happening in the farming community around the country this week.
By Eleanor McBennett on 02 October 2014
Timeline to complete commonage management plans need to be extended. Commonage farmers to gain €38 million from convergance.
By Peter Young on 02 October 2014
With Budget day less than two weeks away, An Taoiseach Enda Kenny has suggested that major changes to the land rental system in Ireland will be annoucned on the day.
By Patrick Donohoe on 02 October 2014
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Gerard McDonagh, Cork, keeping a sharp eye on his work at the National Ploughing Championships 2014, Ratheniska, Stradbally, Co. Laois. Photo: Valerie O’Sullivan
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