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Consolidation clause for land transfer is under consideration, the Irish Farmers Journal understands.
By Pat O'Toole on 26 October 2017
Poll: 'progress' made on the age demographic of farmers – Creed
There are now more farmers under the age of 35 than over the age of 80, figures from the Department of Agriculture show.
By Odile Evans on 12 May 2017
Tax credit for succession partnerships to start in early 2017
The Succession Farm Partnership Scheme is to begin in early 2017, Minister for Agriculture, Food and Marine Michael Creed has said.
By Peter McCann on 22 November 2016
Darren Bailey reports from Hungary, where Lemken Company showcased its new products on a 10,000ha farm.
By Darren Bailey on 28 June 2016
Student blog: from 'The Emerald Isle' to Emerald Australia
Student James Meade travelled to outback Australia at the start of June where he is working on a tillage and beef enterprise.
By Contributor on 20 June 2016
JBS executives accused of financial wrongdoing
The Brazilian public prosecutor is accusing JBS of wrongdoing in relation to the transfer of bank loans.
By Lorcan Allen on 03 February 2016
Farm organisations make pre-budget submissions
With the announcement of Budget 2016 exactly two weeks away, the farm organisations have compiled their pre-budget submissions. We take a look at the selected highlights.
By Odile Evans on 29 September 2015
The gap between spot trading prices for New Zealand dairy products and similar products in Europe and USA has widened.
By James Campbell on 06 August 2015
The French government has said farmers could transfer existing leases with their references and entitlements attached, allowing many start-up farmers to draw higher payments than previously thought.
By Thomas Hubert on 14 April 2015
California imposes mandatory water restrictions to cope with worsening drought
On Wednesday Governor Jerry Brown imposed mandatory water restrictions on the inhabitants of the US state of California in order to reduce water usage by 25%.
By Amy Nora Fitzgibbon on 02 April 2015
Northern Ireland's abolition of all SFP entitlements in 2014 in order to start again with new entitlements established in 2015 has caused a lot of turmoil.
By David Wright on 19 February 2015
DARD Minister Michelle O'Neill has said that she will investigate whether the cut-off date of 2 April for SFP entitlement transfers is 'set in stone'.
By David Wright on 20 February 2014
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