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William Conlon
William Conlon

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Over the coming week, 45,000 sheep and goat keepers will receive Sheep and/or Goat Census forms in the post.
By William Conlon on 14 December 2017
As dairy farmers continue expansion, they are placing themselves at a greater risk of inspections, according to the Department.
By William Conlon on 14 December 2017
Farmers will not receive GLAS 85% advance payments until nutrient management plans are submitted.
By William Conlon on 14 December 2017
A faecal egg count remains the most effective tool for detecting parasite infestations in the live animal. Ciarán Lenehan and William Conlon report
By William Conlon on 14 December 2017
On a recent trip to the Netherlands William Conlon visited G. van Beek & Zn. who design, manufacture and erect calf houses for use on veal farms, among other things.
By William Conlon on 15 December 2017
Money continues to hit farmers' accounts, with over 100 farmers paid in the last week.
By William Conlon on 07 December 2017
Some 10,000 GLAS farmers are currently not eligible for payment from the scheme it has been revealed.
By William Conlon on 07 December 2017
The Department of Agriculture has revealed that 20% of farmers are currently ineligible for GLAS payments.
By William Conlon on 07 December 2017
The Department of Agriculture has outlined the issues it is encountering when undertaking GLAS inspections.
By William Conlon on 07 December 2017
With straw in short supply across the country any alternate form of bedding needs to be carefully examined this winter. William Conlon writes
By William Conlon on 07 December 2017
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