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At the IFA AGM, Tassos Haniotis from DG Agriculture at the European Commission outlined what changes he envisions for the future of CAP.
By Hannah Quinn-Mulligan on 19 January 2018
Taoiseach pledges support to beef sector – farmers want that support to be a suckler cow scheme.
By Pat O'Toole on 18 January 2018
The future of farm regulations and payments were the topic of debate during an IFA meeting on the next CAP.
By Hannah Quinn-Mulligan on 18 January 2018
The Brexit gap in the EU's finances may not be fully filled, but threats of substantial CAP cuts are moving away.
By Thomas Hubert on 18 January 2018
I see that the Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed has taken on a new role in Europe.
By The Dealer on 18 January 2018
At the IFA’s AGM this week, president Joe Healy said that 2018 would be both a defining and challenging year for farming.
By Amy Forde on 18 January 2018
Farmers with land that has no BPS entitlements are being encouraged to lease entitlements for the 2018 scheme year.
By Peter McCann on 18 January 2018
Farmers have suggested a levy across all cattle rather than cutting compensation for TB reactor animals.
By David Wright on 18 January 2018
Never before have such major challenges as Brexit, CAP, Mercosur and climate change converged in a single year, Joe Healy told the IFA AGM.
By Contributor on 18 January 2018
Irish Farmers Journal breakfast bulletin: EBI results and fodder
In the news today, 15 January: farmers to lose out as ICBF pushes EBI results out, tractor theft, second meeting of Fodder Action Group and EU budget debate.
By Amy Forde on 14 January 2018
CAP and Brexit are going to be the two big issues for Dutch farmers in 2018, Phelim O'Neill writes.
By Phelim O'Neill on 11 January 2018
Beef Editor Adam Woods attending an Inishowen Co-Op Beef Seminar on Monday night. Farmers attending completed a fodder survey and he details the results below
By Adam Woods on 11 January 2018
At the Oxford farming conference, DEFRA minister Michael Gove outlined priorities for farming and rural policy
By Phelim O'Neill on 11 January 2018
Scottish Editor John Sleigh has his take on the Scottish news of the week.
By John Sleigh on 11 January 2018
The first of six Ulster Farmers’ Union roadshow events was held in Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh on Monday. Peter McCann reports.
By Peter McCann on 11 January 2018
While the EU and the UK are not starting from scratch on a post-Brexit trade agreement, concluding a deal within the two year transition period will not be enough, the Oxford Farming Conference heard.
By Amy Forde on 09 January 2018
With the opportunity to offset 5.6% of Ireland's 2030 climate target from forestry, it will be a useful contributor to Irish farming
By Phelim O'Neill on 04 January 2018
Farmers Journal Scotland FOI reveals Scottish Government's Rural Economy and Connectivity annual IT budget amounts to £45m.
By John Sleigh on 21 December 2017
The Tipperary farmer succeeds John Comer, with Lorcan McCabe the new deputy president.
By Pat O'Toole on 21 December 2017
Budget and CAP 2020 proposals dominate the debate at the EU Agriculture Outlook confercence.
By Phelim O'Neill on 21 December 2017
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