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Paul Mooney
Paul Mooney

News correspondent

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Paul Mooney is a news correspondent with the Irish Farmers Journal. He previously worked as farm buildings editor and as agribusiness editor. He farms in Co Kildare and is an Agricultural Science graduate from UCD. Outside of work his personal interests include politics, current and business affairs, literature, anything requiring spanner size 8mm upwards, Gaelic football, hurling.

Keen interest from young farmers and dairy farmers but the big Animal Welfare, Safety and Nutrient Storage scheme slower to get going.
By Paul Mooney on 19 October 2017
From May 2018, tractors that travel over 40km/h and set out on journeys greater than 25km will be subject to an NCT-style test.
By Paul Mooney on 19 October 2017
Rise in herd incidence and APT has been ongoing now for past five years.
By Paul Mooney on 19 October 2017
However, figures stagnate or worsen in other blackspot counties including Cavan and Meath.
By Paul Mooney on 19 October 2017
The total number of eligible applications made last year was 124,593, says the Department of Agriculture.
By Paul Mooney on 19 October 2017
The number and identify of farms inspected for cross compliance is audited by the EU.
By Paul Mooney on 19 October 2017
Flood of crew cab conversions by farmers and self employed now all but stamped out.
By Paul Mooney on 12 October 2017
They were speaking to Irish delegation from Bord Bia and IFA who also met with importers.
By Paul Mooney on 12 October 2017
Warning is in review of the scheme by the government department which supervises spending.
By Paul Mooney on 12 October 2017
Budget 2018: stamp duty reliefs maintained
Consanguinity relief gets another three years, while relief for trained young farmers continues.
By Paul Mooney on 10 October 2017
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