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William Conlon
William Conlon

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Applications through the scheme have stepped up over the past two weeks.
By William Conlon on 19 April 2018
There are still 1,000 farmers in the scheme who have not received payment in respect of the 2017 scheme year, with time running out to submit key decuments.
By William Conlon on 19 April 2018
Young farmers can receive support payments through the Young Farmers Scheme and the National Reserve.
By William Conlon on 19 April 2018
Demand for meal remains high, a rise in prices has been reported by certain merchants, with difficulty in sourcing ingredients highlighted. WIlliam Conlon and Emmet Landy report.
By William Conlon on 19 April 2018
Dairy farmers are being targeted, while the forestry sector will get more support in the new River Basin Management Plan.
By William Conlon on 19 April 2018
It is predominantly dairy farms that will have to make a nitrates derogation by the extended deadline of 30 April. William Conlon reports.
By William Conlon on 19 April 2018
'You would be surprised with how low you can actually drop fodder in the diet'
UCD dairy production lecturer gives advice to farmers struggling with low fodder reserves.
By William Conlon on 11 April 2018
Updates have been made to the terms of the scheme in relation to how long farmers have to purchase equipment.
By William Conlon on 12 April 2018
At the recent Smart Farming conference, it was announced that the Energy Efficiency in Dairy Sector scheme would open again in 2018.
By William Conlon on 12 April 2018
“We need to build our soil fertility to allow farmers to be more resilient in bad years,” according to Dr David Wall.
By William Conlon on 12 April 2018
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