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Where will border checkpoints be?

Tánaiste Simon Coveney speaks to Hannah Quinn-Mulligan at the Ploughing and gives his view on how border trade will be affected post-Brexit.

Minister Humphreys urges protesters to end pickets

Minister for Enterprise, Jobs and Innovation Heather Humphreys has urged farmers to end pickets before the beef sector is irreparably damaged.

Road frontage and dating farmers - Greg O’Shea, winner of Love Island

Katriona Kinsella speaks to Greg O’Shea, winner of Love Island. He talks about dating a farmer and give his dating advice for farmers.

'We need a third round of talks' - Sinn Féin leader

Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald speaks to Hannah Quinn-Mulligan at the Ploughing and says a third round of talks are needed to break the deadlock between protesters and factories.

Rose of Tralee talks agriculture

Hannah Quinn Mulligan speaks to the current Rose of Tralee Sinead Flanagan about her debut at the National Ploughing Championships.

Dutch opportunities for Irish innovators

StartLife speak to Hannah Quinn-Mulligan about their work at Wageningen University in the Netherlands and their desire to work with Irish innovators.

Fianna Fáil calls for beef farmer compensation scheme

Fianna Fáil’s Charlie McConalogue speaks to deputy news editor Amy Forde on the need for another compensation scheme for beef farmers.

Traceability of Irish beef is second to none

Pat McDonagh, owner and founder of Supermac’s, spoke to Pat O’Toole of the Irish Farmers Journal at Ploughing 2019.

No permanent site planned for Ploughing

Queen of the Ploughing Anna Marie McHugh says the magic of the Ploughing is that it moves around and rules out the idea of a permanent location for the event.

Keelan Greaney, Ploughing for Stars Tuesday winner

Galway man Keelan Greaney gave a hair-raising rendition of Three Wooden Crosses to take home the prize of singing with Mike Denver.

Independent Farmers in Cahir vote to remain at picket

Spokesperson Alison de Vere Hunt talks about the weekend talks and the opinions of farmers voting on whether to remain at factory gates or accept the weekend agreement.

12% rise in homelessness in rural Ireland

A new report launched at the Ploughing by the Peter McVerry Trust shows a 12% rise in the number of people homeless in rural Ireland in the last year. Peter McVerry Trust CEO Pat Doyle discusses how we can eliminate rural homelessness.

Dutch farmers fear Brexit too

Dutch ambassador to Ireland Adriaan Palm speaks to Hannah Quinn-Mulligan about Dutch innovation in agriculture, how it can be used on Irish farms and Dutch fears as Brexit approaches.

'Why can't we get paid?' - Bord Bia protester

A protester in a yellow vest asked some hard questions to Bord Bia staff at their tent at the Ploughing Championships.

Dairy markets delicately balanced

Ornua CEO John Jordan speaks to news correspondent Barry Cassidy about the recent trends in dairy markets.

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