Michael Healy-Rae is the biggest landowner in the Dáil, with the Kerry TD, farmer, postmaster and service station owner owning 105ac of farmland and forestry, and a blast of rental properties in the Kingdom.

He also has shares in The New York Times. The data was revealed in the register of interests for Dáil members.

His brother Danny, a fellow TD and farmer, owns 91ac of farmland across Fossa, Gullaba and Gortnaboul and holds shares in Kerry Group.

Seán Ó Fearghaíl in Kildare south is farming 100ac at Fennor and Shanacloon in Kildare.

Tipperary’s Mattie McGrath has mountain farmland at Newcastle, Co Tipperary, and Knaockanask, Co Waterford, which is subject to lease agreement.

Jackie Cahill, Tipperary, has farmland in Thurles and shares in Glanbia, Centenary Co-op, FBD Insurance and Thurles greyhound stadium.

Former climate minister Richard Bruton owns farmland in Newtown and Woodtown in Dunboyne and holds shares with FBD Holdings.

Peter Burke in Longford-Westmeath owns 22.36ha in Slanestown, Mullingar, which he intends to use as farmland.

The rest

Holly Cairns, TD for Cork Southwest, farms in Skibbereen and her constituency colleague Michael Collins farms land in Schull and has shares in Drinagh.

Other TDs with land include Rose Conway Walsh (Mayo), Cathal Crowe (Clare), Bernard Durkan (Kildare north), Michael Fitzmaurice (Roscommon-Galway), Martin Heydon (Kildare south), Heather Humphreys (Monaghan), Michael McNamara (Clare), Michael Moynihan (Cork north west) and Denis Naughten has 1ac in Athlone.