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All the latest farming news, comments and editorial opinions from Editor, Justin McCarthy
Sean Molloy, Glanbia - Given what he has delivered, few could credibly question his commitment and contribution to Irish farming.
By Justin McCarthy on 07 December 2017
More targeted CAP payments for productive farmers in the low income sectors is clearly needed.
By Justin McCarthy on 07 December 2017
There will be an opportunity for the Government to re-target supports towards the suckler herd through some form of coupled payment scheme.
By Justin McCarthy on 30 November 2017
While complex, a Comprehensive Customs Arrangement delivers benefits for both parties and recognises the deep trading relationships that exist.
By Justin McCarthy on 30 November 2017
Eighty per cent of liquid milk sold in Ireland is own-label.
By Justin McCarthy on 30 November 2017
While price volatility would be more prevalent, a low-cost base would deliver the necessary business resilience.
By Justin McCarthy on 30 November 2017
Are we right to be continuing with the same product mix or is it time for some fresh thinking in the dairy sector?
By Justin McCarthy on 23 November 2017
The report was compiled by the Oireachtas Committee on Agriculture and was launched on Wednesday of this week.
By Justin McCarthy on 23 November 2017
We need to ask should we have a society that is governed by popular petition or fact-based argument?
By Justin McCarthy on 23 November 2017
A greater focus on improving soil fertility is a positive development, albeit farmers will be disappointed that no flexibility has been shown in relation to closed spreading periods for slurry.
By Justin McCarthy on 16 November 2017
Getting Unfair Trading Practices (UTP) legislation could be the defining act of Phil Hogan’s term as a commissioner.
By Justin McCarthy on 16 November 2017
An expert lineup of speakers will explore the opportunities and challenges that increased milk volumes present for Irish farmers.
By Justin McCarthy on 16 November 2017
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