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Taoiseach 'engaging' with Minister for Finance on VAT rebate debacle
Rachel Donovan
The change in interpretation by Revenue of how VAT can be reclaimed by non-VAT-registered farmers has caused them some angst, An Taoiseach admitted.
15 May 2024 Dealer
New at Tirlán co-op’s AGM
There were two new vice-chairs appointed and a re-appointment to the third vice-chair position.
15 May 2024 News
IFA calls out Asba Meats on slow payments
'[The] IFA is aware of farmers who supplied to Asba Meats, but who had to wait for payment,' said IFA livestock chair Declan Hanrahan.
Eight Kerry IFA officers removed by national council
The eight officers had refused to sign a written undertaking that would bind them to the rules of the association.
15 May 2024 News
Revenue visits farm to view disputed items
IFA farm business chair Bill O’Keeffe said Revenue was shown items such as meal bins, automatic calf feeders, water troughs, cubicle mats, slat mats and bulk tanks.
15 May 2024 News
‘Gamesmanship’ by beef factories must stop - IFA
Supplies of beef in the UK and EU are tight, contributing to beef prices in these destinations remaining steady and strong.
15 May 2024 Community
Government action needed on dog attacks on livestock - IFA
IFA national sheep chair Adrian Gallagher has called on the Government to do more and said farmers face an uphill battle as dog attacks on livestock escalate.
15 May 2024 News
Farmers should resist attempts by factories to reduce price - IFA
As beef supplies tighten for factories, IFA livestock chair Declan Hanrahan urged farmers to resist attempts by factories to take advantage of spring difficulties.
15 May 2024 News
Government intervention on Nature Restoration Law ill-judged - IFA
EU and Minister Eamon Ryan 'would have been better off engaging directly with farmers rather than bringing in a flawed law'.
14 May 2024 News
Revenue visits Rushe’s farm to view disputed VAT rebate items
IFA farm business chair Bill O’Keeffe said Revenue were shown items such as meal bins, calf feeders, water troughs, cubicle mats, slat mats and bulk tanks.
14 May 2024 News
Opinion: takeaways from the IFA hustings
With a dozen contenders at each of the IFA's four European election hustings, Pat O'Toole was left with plenty to ponder.
11 May 2024 Opinion
Sparks fly on rewetting at IFA MEP debate
While candidates remained largely on the same page on the CAP budget, there was a large divergence across the table on rewetting and the Nature Restoration Law.
9 May 2024 News