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'It's just pure hardship' – flooded farmer

Farmer John Nolan in Kiltartan, Co Galway, talks about the flooding on his lands as a result of the storms and rainfall.

Tractor protest in Brussels

IFA president Tim Cullinane calls on an Taoiseach to veto any reduction in CAP budget in discussion with Irish Farmers Journal EU and market specialist Phelim O'Neill and chair of Boerenbond (the Flemish farmers union) Sonja De Becker.

New potato seed contracts on offer to growers

Stephen Robb talks to commercial sales director at Solana Seeds UK and Ireland Craig Stephen about new potato seed contracts on offer to growers.

Brexit going to get worse before it gets better

Tánaiste Simon Coveney tells the Michael Dillon Memorial Lecture that Brexit will dominate Irish politics for the next 12 months.

Better mountain and turlough management needed to combat flooding

Chair of the South Galway Flood Relief committee David Murray on the solutions to the flooding in the south of the county.

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