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Irish Farmers Journal editor Justin McCarthy and markets specialist Phelim O'Neill interview Tánaiste and Minsiter for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney on Brexit and agriculture.

The first autumn farm walk of the BETTER farm programme was hosted by John McSweeney in Co Cork. He and Alan Dillon of Teagasc explain how the farm's system has adapted to this year's weather situation. Matthew Halpin and Adam Woods of the Irish Farmers Journal livestock team report.

Irish Farmers Journal west Cork correspondent Tommy Moyles hears from Bank of Ireland's John Fitzgerald about a new loan offer for farmers.

Lakeland Dairies chief executive Michael Hanley updates Northern Ireland correspondent Peter McCann on the co-op's new packing plant, merger talks with LacPatrick and milk prices.

Health and Safety Authority senior inspector Pat Griffin shares the results of the latest farm machinery safety inspections campaign with news correspondent Thomas Hubert.

Farmers in Kerry say the County Council has dismissed alternative routes to pursue the use of CPOs for the construction of a tourist greenway. Farmer Morgan Lyon speaks to Tommy Moyles.

Thomas Hubert meets host farmer Joe Deverell at the IFA Smart Farming open day in Geashill, Co Offaly.

Martin Blake, chief veterinary officer with the Department of Agriculture, talks to news correspondent Barry Cassidy at the launch of the new animal health surveillance website where he emphasised the importance of biosecurity in the coming weeks.

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