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Listen to each item separately below:
News editor Patrick Donohoe speaks to machinery editor James Maloney about the the upcoming FTMTA machinery show in Punchestown.
INHFA CAP chairman Colm O'Donnell outlines the organisation's three-point proposal for the Areas of Natural Constraint review to Irish Farmers Journal livestock specialist Nathan Tuffy.
Pat O'Toole speaks to Macra presidential candidate James Healy who is contesting the role alongside Wicklow Macra member Odile Evans.
Amy Nora Fitzgibbon meets landowners in Kingscourt, Co Cavan who will be directly affected by EirGrid's proposed 400kV North-South interconnector.
This week in Brussels Independent MEP Luke Ming Flanagan hosted a seminar on Land use, land-use change and forestry (LULUCF). LULUCF allows countries to offset GHG emissions through land-based activities that act as a carbon sink. Phelim O’Neill caught up with Ming Flanagan after the seminar to ask him about his own views on LULUCF.
Wigtownshire livestock farmer Andrew McCornick has been named as the new president of NFU Scotland. Our Scotland editor John Sleigh interviewed the new president at the NFU Scotland AGM this week.
Irish Country Living Journalist Aisling Hussey speaks to consumer editor Ciara Leahy about getting ahead of the curve when booking your summer holiday.
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