Prices as high as €25,000/ac paid for farmland in 2022
Barry Murphy
The Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers said some farmers are moving to acquire or lease additional land to meet new environmental requirements.
4 February 2023 News
Farmers win appeal over €137,914 capital gains tax bill
A case was heard before the Tax Appeal Commission over 16.5 acres sold in 2005 on which no capital gains tax was paid by the married couple selling the land.
2 February 2023 Property
Almost €18,500/acre for land at Moore, Roscommon
Ballinasloe-based auctioneer Joseph Naughton sold a farm recently in south Roscommon, which exceeded pre-sale expectation.
C21 acres, cottage and commonage close to Carrantuohill goes for auction
An old cottage in the foothills of the MacGillycuddy Reeks is coming up for auction in early February.
1 February 2023 For Sale
59 acre residential farm near Tralee on market
A c59 acre residential holding north of the Tralee has come to the market and is attracting strong early interest.
1 February 2023 For Sale
74 acre farm in heart of the kingdom heads for auction
A non-residential farm in the heart of Co Kerry heads for public auction on 9 February and given its location and land quality, it’s sure to cause a stir.
1 February 2023
Green credentials now needed for young farmer loans at BOI
Bank of Ireland is now looking at what actions farmers are taking on-farm to reduce their environmental footprint when making lending decisions for young farmers.
1 February 2023 News
Galway farmer accused of assaulting niece at farm gate
A Galway farmer has been accused of swiping his niece during a row over land at a case heard in Gort District Court. Gordon Deegan reports.
1 February 2023 News
ICMSA sees Coillte land deal as another attack on farmers
The ICMSA claimed that the Coillte-Gresham House deal was the latest in a litany of anti-farmer policies agreed by Government.
1 February 2023 News
Pair of small holdings for sale in Co Wexford
Quinn Property has a pair of small holdings for sale in Co Wexford. Described as quality lands suitable for any enterprise, they're sure to test the market.
26 January 2023 Property
Government and Coillte back away from future investment fund deals
The Taoiseach and Tánaiste confirmed separately that the purchase of Irish lands by international investment funds was not the Government’s preferred model of afforestation.
25 January 2023 Forestry
Farmer Writes: competition for consensus
A tongue twister of a question put to Tommy Moyles over the Christmas break got him thinking about how difficult it has become to reach consensus among farmers.
25 January 2023 Farmer Writes