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Michael Guilfoyle outlines his views on why the Irish forestry and forest products sector needs a forestry development agency.
By Donal Magner on 08 February 2018
Public money for public goods will fundamentally change how farming is supported pos-Brexit.
By David Wright on 11 January 2018
The joint ministerial committee has decided that more powers would be devolved to the regions post-Brexit, but within an overall UK policy framework.
By Phelim O'Neill on 16 October 2017
The best way to support farmers into the future is to ensure whatever money available goes directly to their pockets.
By David Wright on 13 July 2017
David Wright reports from a Sinn Féin launch event of a policy document on Brexit.
By David Wright on 01 June 2017
For the first time in over 40 years, British politicians will have to think about how they will implement a future agricultural policy.
By David Wright on 20 April 2017
There remains a striking lack of detail on future farming policy in the UK.
By David Wright on 12 January 2017
David Wright looks at the final report of the expert group tasked with developing a sustainable land management strategy in NI.
By David Wright on 27 October 2016
NFU set out Brexit priorities and is the UFU milk price indicator set for a return?
By Peter McCann on 20 October 2016
A new Agri-Economic Bulletin will be launched by the Irish Farmers Journal at an event in the farm centre on Thursday evening this week.
By Farmers Journal on 13 January 2016
While many factors influence the development and make-up of agriculture, policy driven changes have generated the greatest short term impact in the past, writes Professor Alan Renwick.
By Contributor on 18 December 2014
Commenting policy
With our renewable energy targets getting closer the time has come for real action if we are to avoid serious penalties. Andy Doyle reports.
By Andy Doyle on 21 November 2013
Forestry policy in Ireland is to achieve 17% forest cover by 2030. Donal Magner reports.
By Donal Magner on 12 September 2013
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