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Farmers buying fertiliser from North to face dual database registration
Noel Bardon
Many organic farmers will also face registration, as lime is treated as a fertiliser in the rules to be introduced in January.
21 September 2022 Northern Ireland
DAERA serves up more fines than before
With farm penalties applied by DAERA near doubling in 2021 it points to rules being more strictly enforced
16 September 2022 News
Weekly podcast: Tag fines, farmer taxes and ASA conference
Get details of the Department of Agriculture's proposals to fine farmers €250 for missing cattle tags, the Commission on Taxation's recommendations to change how farmers are taxed and ACRES issues.
Fixed penalty notice of €250 proposed for cattle tagging breaches
The fixed notice regime, if introduced, will replace the current system whereby penalties are levied on farmers’ Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) entitlements under cross compliance.
14 September 2022 News
Broadband boss has ‘a lot to do in four years’ to hit 54,000 farm target
Just over 1,800 farms are connected to high speed broadband under the plan to date, while 7,165 are passed and are able to order broadband from a supplier.
7 September 2022 News
Creeping changes to fertiliser rules are 'frustrating' farmers
Farmers feel that the Department has not engaged with them on fertiliser rule changes, the IFA has claimed.
18 August 2022 News
Fines of up €5,000 if farmers don't comply with fertiliser database
The Veterinary Medicinal Products, Medicated Feed and Fertilisers Regulation Bill will allow Minister McConalogue to establish a national fertiliser register once passed.
17 August 2022 News
Agriculture and Food Supply Chain bill must be strengthened with legislation
The IFA president called for stiffer sanctions in the way of fines to be set in place.
20 July 2022 Community
Disparity in numbers of permits to burn bushes and fines issued
There is a disparity between the numbers of green waste burning permits issued per farm in a number of counties, as well as the fines issued to farmers found to be in breach of the regulations.
25 May 2022 News