Weekly podcast: Minister Creed on CAP and insight from Australia
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Minster Michael Creed spoke to Hannah Quinn-Mulligan in Charleville, Co Cork, after the second CAP consultation meeting. He outlines how he feels the budget will be maintained and confirms that a €200 suckler cow payment is not off the table.
Irish Farmers Journal news correspondent Thomas Hubert talked to IFA county chairs Imelda Walsh of north Tipperary and Willie Hanrahan of Clare after they chaired a heated information meeting in Killaloe last Thursday.
Jack Kennedy talked to dairy farmers Liam and Geraldine Herlihy, Granagh, Limerick on what ‘lean’ means for them.
William Conlon chatted to Jack Nolan in the Nitrates Section of the Department of Agriculture about the growing issues around slurry and nitrates management.
Luke Bradley, a grain and beef farmer based in Springsure, central Queensland, talked to Lorcan Allen about his farm.
And finally this week, Adam Woods caught up with Anthony Mulligan who is a UCD student working on Tullamore farm during the calving season to see whats been happening in the past week and how calving is going.
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