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Irish Farmers Journal nightly news: milk prices, grain prices and stamp duty
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Irish Farmers Journal nightly news: milk prices, grain prices and stamp duty

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Have you missed out on any of the top stories today? Catch up with the top five stories from www.farmersjournal.ie today, Thursday 12 October.
Have you missed out on any of the top stories today? Catch up with the top five stories from www.farmersjournal.ie today, Thursday 12 October.
  • The controversial stamp duty rate increase issue took a turn on Thursday when the Irish Farmers Journal revealed that the Department of Finance is considering making changes to it.
  • Batten down the hatches because a "high-impact" hurricane is set to hit Ireland.
  • The country's largest buyer of grain, Glanbia, set its price for the 2017 harvest and it is higher than many had expected.
  • Staying with Glanbia, the dairy side of the business became the first co-op to set a milk price for October.
  • And finally, the ever-popular Traditional Farm Buildings Scheme has reopened after the Department of Agriculture secured a €1m budget.
  • Photo of the day

    Courtesy of the Irish Farmers Journal picture desk here is our photo of the day:

    Farmer Mervyn Rath, Kyleoulart, Gorey, Wexford has employed contractor Merth Doyle, Newbridge Contracting to turn and reseed one of his fields on his dairy farm for next year. \Philip Doyle

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