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Burglaries costs each farm affected €4,200 each
James O'Neill of Property Marking Ireland tells Caitriona Morrissey how rural communities can reduce the risk of theft.
Minister welcomes Irish export success
Minister Creed comments on the performance of the Irish food and drink industry in 2019.
Extraordinary decade of growth for Irish food exports
Lorcan Allen speaks to Bord Bia CEO Tara McCarthy about the extraordinary decade of growth in Irish food and drinks exports to 180 markets all around the world.
Irish food and drink exports hit record €13bn
Pádraig Brennan of Bord Bia explains Irish food and drink export performance.
Minister Bruton hints at climate leniency for dairy production
Minister for Communication and Climate Action Richard Bruton has suggested that some leniency may be offered to the agriculture industry on some areas, including dairy, in regard to meeting carbon targets.
In response to a question from the Irish Farmers Journal on the calculation of methane gas from livestock, Minister Bruton said that it was important for Europe to consider its capacity to continue delivering food.
Wageningen University selects Irish beef farm as global leader on climate change
Researchers at Wageningen University in the Netherlands have selected an Irish suckler beef farm as a global leader in sustainability and climate action. Lorcan Allen catches up with Rogier Schulte to find out more about his Lighthouse Farms project.
Fishing: ‘The tug is the drug’
Former fly fishing world champion, Glenda Powell, is a guide and tutor for fishing fanatics from all over the world. She talks to Irish Country Living about the comforting nature of the river.
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