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GLAS

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
Teagasc countryside management specialist Catherine Keena spoke to William Conlon about the requirements when planting trees through GLAS.
By William Conlon 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
In total last week, some 40 outstanding Nutrient Management Plans (NMPs) and 460 Commonage management plans (CMPs) were submitted to the Department, speeding up some payments.
By Amy Forde on 13 January 2018
William Conlon reports on the latest GLAS figures and problems.
By William Conlon on 11 January 2018
There is still a considerable amount of farmers who are yet to receive vital advance GLAS payments.
By William Conlon on 11 January 2018
Spring-calving has kicked off for Martin O'Hare, in the midst of a busy period both on and off the farm.
By Ciarán Lenehan on 11 January 2018
Five issues holding up BPS payments
Out of over 123,000 eligible farmers, 900 farmers have yet to be paid their Basic Payment Scheme monies.
By Amy Forde on 05 January 2018
The deadline to have nutrient management plans submitted has now passed. However, the Department is currently assessing the situation.
By William Conlon on 04 January 2018
2017 was a mixed year for the Department in relation to payments. However, issues with GLAS are overshadowing a lot of the good work done.
By William Conlon on 28 December 2017
Over 1,300 farmers in GLAS could be kicked out of the scheme within the next week.
By William Conlon on 28 December 2017
There are still many reasons for hold-ups in advance payments to GLAS participants.
By William Conlon on 21 December 2017
A lot of farmers are set to miss out on the 31 December deadline to complete a GLAS training course.
By William Conlon on 21 December 2017
On-time organic payments ‘vitally important’
Organic farmers have expressed their frustration with the Department’s approach to organic farm payments.
By Hannah Quinn-Mulligan on 19 December 2017
Irish Farmers Journal breakfast bulletin: fodder, GLAS and sheep
In the news today, 14 December 2017; fodder stock survey reveals a deeply worrying scenario, GLAS IT issues and sheep worrying.
By Amy Forde on 13 December 2017
Delayed payments to farmers and agricultural consultants are causing serious difficulties for individuals.
By Caitríona Morrissey on 14 December 2017
Farmers' payments are being delayed by IT problems in the Department of Agriculture.
By Caitríona Morrissey on 14 December 2017
The Department of Agriculture's expenditure at the end of November was behind profile by €128.5m, the Minister for Agriculture, Michael Creed, has said.
By Amy Forde on 13 December 2017
Farmers will not receive GLAS 85% advance payments until nutrient management plans are submitted.
By William Conlon on 14 December 2017
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