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'We will use national funding to top up CAP' - Taoiseach

An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar pledges that Fine Gael would use exchequer money in the event of a shortfall in CAP funding for Irish farmers.

'We need tariff-free and quota-free trade deal with UK'

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar sets out his priorities for Ireland in negotiating a post-Brexit trade deal with the UK and the need for a level playing field for farmers in the Mercosur trade deal.

'Openness' to compensate CAP - Tánaiste

Tánaiste Simon Coveney tells Irish Farmers Journal CEO and editor Justin McCarthy that there is an "openness" to using Exchequer funds to top up funding to farmers if the next CAP is cut.

A beef regulator with "real power and teeth"

Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed details his pledge for a new regulator for the beef sector.

Elphin Mart Dry Cow Sale

Adam Woods was in Elphin Mart on Monday night and he spoke to mart manager Gerry Connellan about the mart trade, elections and the green party proposals.

ICBF beef and sheep genetics conference held in Laois

Adam Woods speaks to Fiona Dunne about the new ICBF BOW index, what it’s about and how it could affect farmers in the future.

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