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Looking at the financial options for your farm business

Information on financial options for your farm business. Business sense aims to cover all the enterprises as many of the issues will be relevant across dairy, beef, sheep and tillage as well as small businesses on the farm.
Morgan Carty looks at farm succession and talks to Declan McEvoy, head of tax at IFAC, for his expert advice.
By Jack Kennedy on 25 August 2016
Glasnant Morgan farms 800 ewes and 50 Suckler cows on 450 acres of low land while maximising other income streams.
By Peter Young on 05 May 2016
With farmers under more financial pressure, we look at the tell-tale signs and what can be done to help address them.
By Peter Young on 02 May 2016
The income tax incentive is one reason for the rise in long-term leasing. Farmers are also realising that they can make more by doing less.
By Peter Young on 31 March 2016
The emergence of so called vulture funds that have purchased loans portfolios that include some farmers’ loans is a whole new world for Irish farming. What are the options for farmers.
By Peter Young on 24 March 2016
The launch of the Glanbia Milkflex fund of €100 million raised a lot of interest from their milk suppliers. Find out how to access the loans.
By Peter Young on 17 March 2016
With cashflows getting tight on many farms, Peter Young looks at how to get a handle of your budget can help the farm finances.
By Peter Young on 28 March 2016
The beef farmers brought more money in during February by selling stock. Even the tillage farmer was able to gather more money in February than the dairy farmers involved in Cashflow Challenge.
By Peter Young on 10 March 2016
A solar bubble is being fuelled by speculation from developers who have signed up over 5,000 acres of land in Ireland for solar farms. Peter Young reports.
By Peter Young on 03 March 2016
With stock heading out to graze on drier farms one useful addition is a switch that turns on and off the fencer, operated by mobile phone.
By Peter Young on 25 February 2016
John Shirley profiles Paschal Phelan, a former Irish beef baron who has become South Africa’s leading supplier of solar energy, based in Cape Town.
By Peter Young on 25 February 2016
The six farmers involved in Cashflow challenge have completed their report on what actually happened in January - it some cases it was not what was budgeted for.
By Peter Young on 11 February 2016

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