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Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney addressed a meeting of the International Federation of Agricultural Journalists in Dublin last Friday. Irish Farmers Journal news correspondent Thomas Hubert asked him for an update on Brexit and the CAP budget.

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Farmer Clive Clark describes the legacy of fear and lack of faith in the gardaí he's been left with after being broken into six times.

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IFA north Tipperary chair Imedla Walsh believes gardaí need more powers to control criminals and help protect the farm community.

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Peter Duggan, poultry sector manager with Bord Bia, spoke to news correspondent Barry Cassidy about the continued growth in the poultry sector and what has been driving the expansion.

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Former president Mary Robinson highlighted the need to take everyone into account when making necessary social and economic change to address climate change.

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Michael O’Donovan of Teagasc Moorepark worked out the cost of this year’s fodder shortages on dairy farms with Thomas Hubert.

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Thomas Hubert also metInternational Federation of Agricultural Journalists president Owen Roberts from Canada, vice president Lena Johansson from Sweden and Kurt Lawton from the US.

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