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There is a major push to increase the number of online applications in 2017.
By Caitríona Murphy on 23 March 2017
Some farmers participating in GLAS should be aware of the upcoming deadlines for planting hedgerows and trees.
By Peter Varley on 23 March 2017
There are a number of new courses available for farmers who want to learn the art of drystone walling, writes Peter Varley
By Peter Varley on 23 March 2017
The long-awaited submit button for nutrient management plans is about to go live, but the news could be a poisoned chalice for GLAS farmers and agri consultants.
By Peter Varley on 16 March 2017
This is the final year that farmers can apply for their Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) on paper and from 2018 all submissions must be made online.
By Amy McShane on 14 March 2017
The Department of Agriculture has urged farmers to check their accounts to see if they are one of the latest farmers to be paid under GLAS.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 13 March 2017
Gerald Potterton muses on the merits of GLAS, old pastures and min-till advice dating from the 1820s.
By Gerald Potterton on 09 March 2017
The Irish Farmers Journal reviews the week that has been and who had a good week and who endured a difficult seven days.
By Caitríona Murphy on 04 March 2017
There has been no word of further payment runs made for GLAS and AEOS, with over 8,800 farmers waiting on 2016 payments in both schemes.
By Peter Varley on 02 March 2017
The latest figures show that there are 1,424 farmers waiting on approval into tranche three of Green Low-Carbon Agri-Environment Scheme (GLAS).
By Amy McShane on 27 February 2017
The Green Party's spokeswoman for agriculture Pippa Hackett has reiterated the calls of the IFA and other farm organisations to release any outstanding GLAS payments as soon as possible.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 24 February 2017
Update on the GLAS payment delays; acceptance letters issue to 12,500 farmers.
By Peter Varley on 23 February 2017
Have you missed out on any of the top stories today? Catch up with the top five stories from today, Monday 20 February.
By Patrick Donohoe on 20 February 2017
Acceptance letters into tranche three of GLAS began reaching farmers on Monday.
By Amy McShane on 27 February 2017
Co Wexford mixed farmer Will Warham is out laying some hedges for GLAS.
By Will Warham on 19 February 2017
ICSA national president Patrick Kent has knocked the Government's roadmap for the sector, saying that expanding production within the current economic and political climate is highly risky.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 16 February 2017
Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed talked to Caitriona Murphy about the ongoing delays in GLAS payment.
By Caitríona Murphy on 16 February 2017
The agonising wait for 8,000 GLAS farmers continues, all you need to know ahead of the lambing season and we answer your questions on the Government’s new low-cost loan scheme.
By Farmers Journal on 01 March 2017
It may not be any consolation to the thousands of farmers waiting for their GLAS payments, but The Dealer has learned that being a minister does not make your money arrive any faster.
By The Dealer on 15 February 2017
A total of 8,000 farmers are still awaiting GLAS payment, while the deadline for the forestry windblow scheme is fast approaching.
By Peter Varley on 16 February 2017
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