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Time to take stock of €100m European Innovation spend
Jack Kennedy
Almost €100m to be spent on European Innovation Partnership (EIP) projects from 2023.
30 November 2022 Viewpoints
Big spending on carbon measurement, but big thinking is needed also
Knowing the benefits of sequestrating carbon that farmers all over Ireland can participate in is paramount to any real change at farm level.
30 November 2022 Amii
Editorial: Christmas consumer sentiment is down but far from out
It’s officially the “most wonderful time of the year”. But in our efforts to make it wonderful are we putting ourselves under undue monetary pressure; writes Amii McKeever?
Passing on holiday traditions can be part of creating your own food community
At the end of the day, food will always be the thing to bring us together at the table, writes Janine Kennedy.
30 November 2022 Features
Clear vision needed to manage beef shift
Farmers are losing out right now relative to market returns.
23 November 2022 Viewpoints
Tillage scheme a positive but leaves farmers in a quandary none the less
With many challenges impacting food production, Rachael Doak wants people to understand how much of an impact politics and war have on farming
23 November 2022 Editorial
Burren and SUAS Wicklow schemes show what can be done
It is also fair to say that ACRES isn’t perfect and should be allowed to evolve.
23 November 2022 Viewpoints
Your choice? ‘Long hours at high intensity’ or work-life balance?
Agri companies are adjusting to work flexibility in an effort to hold staff just as the multinationals start calling employees back in. Who is on the right path?
23 November 2022 Amii
Forestry – a new dawn for a stalled industry?
The development of a verifiable carbon market for farming is critical.
16 November 2022 Viewpoints
Merchant dilemma, including working capital challenges
No doubt any risk and potential softening has or had been built into the higher prices that farmers paid.
16 November 2022 Viewpoints
There is no room to treat any farming query as a “stupid question”
It would be fool hardy to assume that people just; “should know”, how or where their food is produced. As the gap widens between consumers and farms, questions need answers. Writes Amii McKeever.
16 November 2022 Amii
Food and farming makes rural Ireland tick
We need everyone, including farmers to understand the benefits of food and farming.
9 November 2022 Viewpoints