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Minister for Climate Action Richard Bruton spoke to Thomas Hubert about how the Government will assign a specific greenhouse gas emission target to farmers.
Carol Lynch, partner at BDO Customs and International Trade, told Thomas Hubert about the paperwork that would be involved in shipping agri food products to and from the UK in a no-deal Brexit.
Potential border checks post-Brexit will be confined to east/west checks across the Irish Sea, Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed said at the IFA AGM.
Founders of the 'Make Moove - Farmer's Matter' initiative, Jonathan Dwyer and John Keane from north Tipperary Macra na Feirme, spoke to Hannah Quinn-Mulligan in Roscrea at the launch of their mental health initiative.
Anthony Culleton, Macra na Feirme's current Mr Personality speaks candidly about his own battle with mental health difficulties and appeals to others to speak about their problems.
Detective Sergeant Barry Turner spoke to Odile Evans about a new rural liason initiative aimed at fighting crime.
Founder of the Beef Plan Movement Eamonn Corley told Barry Cassidy about a number of rules that the group wants to see changed as it considers them to be anti-competitive.
Founder of the Beef Plan, Hugh Doyle has revoked his membership of the IFA until he receives an apology for comments made by one of the IFA regional chairs on local radio.
Cary Languirand of Gloricent International told a gathering of farmers at the Meath Beef Plan meeting that his company could pay farmers €4.80/kg for beef to export to China.
Barry Cassidy spoke to Gerry Loftus of the INHFA and Save Leitrim movement during their protest outside Dáil Éireann on the issue of Sitka spruce planting in the county.
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