Department issues border check reminder to hay and straw importers
Amy Forde
Animal pathogens could potentially be transmitted via hay and straw and it is important to protect Ireland's high health status, the Department said.
15 November 2023 Forestry
IFA calls for a temporary ban on Scottish timber imports
Once the beetle is present in Scotland, it is impossible to claim that any area can be classed as a 'pest free', the IFA has said.
4 October 2023 News
New carbon tax on fertiliser in the pipeline
The new Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism will apply additional charges that take account of the embedded carbon emissions in imported fertiliser and steel.
Fertiliser sales stall as forward purchasing collapses
While a lot of product was sold in August ahead of the new fertiliser register coming into force, merchants said demand has evaporated in September.
27 September 2023 News
Kelly's of Borris present Grange Machinery
Newly appointed importers of Grange Machinery, Kelly’s of Borris, presented a taste of the manufacturers equipment ranges at last week’s FTMTA show.
12 July 2023 News
PJ Callan marks 50 years in business
Ardee-based PJ Callan recently celebrated its 50th anniversary in business. Gary Abbott sat down with Paddy and John Callan to find out how the business progressed from humble beginnings in 1973.
28 June 2023 News
Kellys appointed Irish distributor for Grange Machinery
UK based cultivation equipment manufacturer, Grange Machinery has recently appointed Kellys of Borris as its Irish distributor.
7 June 2023 News