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CAP budget is 'short-changing' farmers - Punch
Rachel Donovan
The CAP costs 33c per day for every citizen of the EU, which is remarkable value for plentiful, nutritious food, Eddie Punch has argued.
15 May 2024 News
Meet the candidates in the Ireland South constituency
It’s a crowded field in the South constituency, so we have put questions to the prominent farming candidates across the main farming issues. Pat O’Toole reports.
8 May 2024 News
West can get more money from CAP - Flanagan
"People will ask where will that money come from? It will come from the Golden Vale," Luke Ming Flanagan has said.
Time for candidates to work for their farmer constituents
At the very mention of water quality, anger levels rose in the western farmers and the very same happened in Kilkenny.
8 May 2024 Viewpoints
European elections: the candidates running in the Midlands North West
With 27 candidates standing for five seats, the 1.25 million people in the sprawling constituency have big decisions to make.
8 May 2024 News
CAP budget must go back to 2001 levels of expenditure - Ming Flanagan
Eleven of the 27 candidates running for election in the Midlands North West constituency attended an IFA debate on Thursday night. Here’s what they had to say on the CAP budget.
3 May 2024 News
CAP 'too focused' on environmental sustainability
The most environmentally sustainable business cannot survive in the medium term if it is not profitable, Doyle maintained.
24 April 2024 News
CAP budget needs to be revisited to pay farmers 'properly' - Seán Kelly MEP
The EPP held a conference on the future of European agriculture in Carlow on Friday.
19 April 2024 News
Bank of Ireland lays out risks facing farmers
Bank reports huge profits, but warns on income and costs for 2024.
28 February 2024 News
Inspections a real source of stress for farmers - Minister
Minister McConalogue has signaled his belief that reducing farm inspections is possible and the change can be brought through in the short term.
27 February 2024 News
McConalogue appeals for CAP funds as EU ag ministers meet in Brussels
Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue stressed the need for a simpler and better funded CAP at Monday's EU council of agriculture ministers.
26 February 2024 News
Thousands took to the streets in 'deep frustration' - IFA
The IFA has said that there will have to be a fundamental reset in the way that farm policy is designed and implemented.
2 February 2024 News