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National Farmers' Union (NFU) vice president Stuart Roberts told David Wright about how to respond to the various critics of agriculture.

Fianna Fáil’s agriculture spokesperson Charlie McConalogue told Thomas Hubert that the Government must speed up agricultural preparations for a hard Brexit.

World Ploughing champion Eamonn Tracey chaired the first public meeting to organise next September's National Ploughing Championships. He told Pat O'Toole about the location and scale of the event.

Conor Sampson spoke to Dr Aisling Moroney and some of the participants involved in Social Farming Ireland.

Amy Forde asked Minister for Climate Action Richard Bruton about his plans for solar panels and biogas on farms.

At the European Parliament, Phelim O'Neill asked MEPs Mairead McGuinness and Matt Carthy for their position on proposed rules to make the food chain fairer to farmers.

While in Brussels, Phelim also asked MEP Sean Kelly for his views on preparation for a no-deal Brexit and an update on CAP 2020 progress.

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