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GLAS

Target Department underspend at suckler farmers – Fianna Fáil
A Fianna Fáil motion will call for direct support for suckler farmers and for Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed to target the RDP underspend at low income farmers.
By Amy Forde on 19 February 2018
A high proportion of farmers have passed their GLAS checks but are still waiting to receive an advance payment.
By Hannah Quinn-Mulligan on 17 February 2018
Fodder scheme a ‘pure shambles’ and ‘impracticable’
At a protest on Monday morning, the INHFA called for changes to the fodder transport support measure which the association has said is a “pure shambles”.
By Amy Forde on 13 February 2018
Irish Farmers Journal nightly news: tractor NCT and GLAS
Have you missed out on any of the top stories today? Catch up with the top five stories from www.farmersjournal.ie today, 9 February 2018.
By Amy Forde on 09 February 2018
The deadline farmers in tranche one and tranche two of GLAS have to complete their GLAS training course has been extended.
By Amy Forde on 09 February 2018
While all GLAS commonage farmers now have an adviser in place, some 401 commonage management plans remain outstanding.
By Amy Forde on 08 February 2018
GLAS tops unresolved queries to IFA
Most farmers seeking assistance from the IFA payments unit in the past five months had BPS queries, but the slowest to resolve have been those relating to GLAS.
By Thomas Hubert on 06 February 2018
 Irish Farmers Journal nightly news: new calf boat and GLAS payments issued
Have you missed out on any of the top stories today? Catch up with the top five stories from www.farmersjournal.ie today, Monday 5 February 2018
By Michael Keaveny on 05 February 2018
With farmers receiving up to €3,140 through low input permanent pasture it is vital that farmers safeguard this money by meeting the terms of GLAS.
By William Conlon on 08 February 2018
This latest batch of payments shows that around 6,300 farmers have yet to be paid for 2017.
By Michael Keaveny on 05 February 2018
Creed due at Oireachtas Committee over GLAS delays
Calls have been made on the Minister for Agriculture to explain delays in GLAS payments.
By Michael Keaveny on 31 January 2018
Thousands of farmers across the country are still waiting for 2017 advance GLAS payments.
By William Conlon on 01 February 2018
Minister Creed stands firm on closed slurry spreading period
The Minister for Agriculture was asked about the possibility of more flexibility regarding spreading slurry in the closed period.
By Michael Keaveny on 25 January 2018
Number of agricultural appeals for BDGP up over 100%
The Agricultural Appeals Office received a 7% increase in the number of appeals in 2017 on the year previous, with BDGP, GLAS and National Reserve appeals driving the increase.
By Amy Forde on 25 January 2018
Teagasc drystock adviser in Ballinasloe Noel Meehan spoke to William Conlon about how to make the best use of your nutrient management plan.
By William Conlon on 25 January 2018
Thousands of farmers await GLAS advance payments nearly eight weeks after they first began to issue.
By William Conlon on 25 January 2018
GLAS still main cause of Department underspend
Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed has detailed the €80m in funds unused by his Department in 2017.
By Thomas Hubert on 21 January 2018
GLAS payment backlog clearing slowly
The latest figures from the Department of Agriculture show that outstanding management plans continue to trickle into its offices, allowing the release of 2017 payments.
By Thomas Hubert on 20 January 2018
Organic farmers remain frustrated with the time taken for payments to issue.
By William Conlon on 18 January 2018
With the majority of land still far too wet to spread slurry, it is important that farmers do not place their farm payments at risk.
By William Conlon on 18 January 2018
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