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Teagasc's head of dairy knowledge transfer Tom O’Dywer spoke to Amy Forde about the weather over the last 12 months and feeding facilities on farms.

Tillage reporter Stephen Robb talked to Padraig Kehoe who claimed the top prize at 2018 Irish Malting Barley Excellence Awards and Phillip Kehoe, winner of the seed growing category.

Sinn Féin MEP Matt Carthy told Barry Cassidy how proposals for national authorities to have a larger say in their CAP plans have the potential to remove confusion over the Department of Agriculture's and the EU's responsibilities.

Agribusiness reporter Lorcan Allen talked Brexit, trade and dairy legislation with Winston Peters, deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs of New Zealand. Read more in this week's Irish Farmers Journal.

One of the lead proponents of biological farming, American Gary Zimmerman, told Hannah Quinn-Mulligan what it's all about at a conference in Tullamore.

Jack Kenndy met some of the exhibitors at the Eurotier international livestock equipment show in Germany, including Irish exporters.

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