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European Commissioner for Trade Cecilia Malmström has said Europe was "not going to change its laws" on genetically modified food or hormone-treated beef to secure a trade agreement with the US.
By Farmers Journal on 27 March 2015
Under the national electricity transport network's new strategy, new high-voltage lines would no longer be needed in the South-East and parts of new western infrastructure could run underground.
By Farmers Journal on 27 March 2015
The IFA says the government must address the negative effects on the Irish beef sector identified in a report on the impact on Ireland of a Trade agreement between the EU and US.
By Farmers Journal on 27 March 2015
From intense sheep activity to office life on the farm, that's the week in farming tweets.
By Farmers Journal on 27 March 2015
March isn't going out like a lamb this year, with wet, cool and windy conditions predicted by Met Éireann for the two days ahead.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 27 March 2015
The Irish Wildlife Trust (IWT) has called on Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney to deny single farm payments to those found responsible for illegal burning.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 27 March 2015
According to data from Eurostat, the 28 countries of the EU exported 5% less pork in January 2015 compared to the previous year.
By Farmers Journal on 27 March 2015
With milk supply strong and the country 5% over quota at the end of March, Ireland looks set for a final year superlevy bill of a massive €75m.
By Jack Kennedy on 25 March 2015
New Zealand whole milk powder futures dropped after Fonterra indicated it would increase the volume of product put up for sale on its GDT (Global Dairy Trade) platform.
By John Boylan on 27 March 2015
The highest EBI bull calf from this years crop of calves at Moorepark's Next Generation was €399, just €1 short of the highest bull bred by Eoghan Murphy in Kerry.
By Aidan Brennan on 26 March 2015
The Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney believes exports of Irish beef to China will begin in the second half of the year.
By Aisling Hussey on 26 March 2015
Speaking at an EU press conference held to mark the end of milk quotas on 31 March, the EU Commissioner for Agriculture Phil Hogan said he does not expect an increase in milk production in 2015.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 26 March 2015
We would like to see DARD pursue the possibility with the European Commission of extending the date for submitting the 2015 SAF beyond 15 May, writes David Rankin, chairman of the NIACA.
By David Wright on 26 March 2015
GLAS planners are having problems with uploading applications because of slow broadband speeds in rural areas.
By Aisling Hussey on 26 March 2015
Jack Kennedy compiles the milk supply postion for each of the dairy co-ops for March.
By Jack Kennedy on 26 March 2015
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Mike Fitzgerald gathers up his cows for evening milking at Mount Bell, Killeagh, Co. Cork.Photo: Donal O’Leary
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