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Legal Matters: farm worker - employee or self-employed?
Aisling Meehan
Agri-solicitor Aisling Meehan responds to a reader's query regarding workers' rights for employees and self-employed people working within agricultural services
19 January 2022 Features
Endearing Engines: the Mini Minor
Never underestimate the power and potential of a small car, just as Pat McCarrick learned with his first car, a Mini Minor.
23 June 2021 Features
A Week in the Country
Find out what the ICL team have been up to this week in the country
Farmer Writes: When I grow up, I want to be a farmer
Dairy farming in Dungarvan, Co Waterford, Ella O'Gorman tells us why she wants to be a farmer for IFJ Junior Farrmer Writes.
19 June 2021 Farmer Writes
My Country Living: ‘It’s amazing how the generations are so different’
For Orla Lenehan, dairy farming really is a family affair, and her family has seen plenty of change down through the years. In conversation with Anne O’Donoghue
10 October 2020 News
My Country Living: ‘It’s amazing how the generations are so different’
For Orla Lenehan, dairy farming really is a family affair, and her family has seen plenty of change down through the years. In conversation with Anne O’Donoghue
7 October 2020 My Farming Week
My Country Living: 'Can you ever really have enough sheep?'
Full-time sheep farmer Esther Logue is holding her own in Donegal. In conversation with Gillian Richardson
8 January 2020 Features
Legal query: will a Green Cert reduce my inheritance tax?
Aisling Meehan explores the situations in which the Green Cert is worth doing and the situations where it may not be worth doing.
1 January 2020 News & features
A day in the life of: a kiwi milking cows in Ireland
In the second part of our series 'Addressing the dairy labour challenge' Odile Evans speaks to kiwi Nicole Hollands about her experience on farm in Ireland.
27 November 2019 Recruitment
Milking with the monks at Glenstal Abbey
The offer of a 20-year lease on a 308ac working dairy farm would make the ideal opportunity for a young farmer looking for land.
20 November 2019 News & features
Succession case study: my daughter will soon turn 35, should I transfer now?
Declan McEvoy looks at a case where a father and daughter are farming together but the daughter will soon turn 35, should the farm be transferred now?
26 June 2019 Features
Leasing in Ireland: the eight talking points
Anthony Jordan discusses the eight major talking points around leasing in Ireland in 2017.
18 March 2018 Land Report 2017