With less than 900 hours to go until Brexit, Hannah Quinn Mulligan spoke to farmers in England at the National Farmers Union annual conference in Birmingham
Addressing the NFU conference on Tuesday, UK secretary for the Environment Michael Gove said that there will be no zero-rate tariffs on agricultural goods post-Brexit and no hardening of the border in Ireland.
Irish farmers are increasingly concerned about the future of the Irish beef industry. News correspondent Barry Cassidy spoke to IFA Sligo chair JP Cowley who has been farming suckler cows for over 40 years.
Responding to these concerns, the chair of the Oireachtas Agriculture committee Pat Deering told us that the group is currently working on a roadmap for the beef sector.
This week Bord Bia announced changes to the feedback farmers will receive from their Quality Assurance audits, news correspondent Thomas Hubert asked the Director of Origin Green Michael Moloney for more information.
Thomas Hubert also met Derek Milton of Miltcon Services and Bernard Carey of the Biomass to Biochar project to discuss the conversion of rushes and bracken into valuable carbon products.
And finally, Tyrone farmer Kenny Little is taking part in the Belfast, Edinburgh and Dublin marathons this year to raise money for three different charities. Tracey Donaghey caught up with Kenny to find out how he is feeling ahead of the challenge and why he has decided to do the marathons wearing a boiler suit and yellow wellies.
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