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Husky-type dog runs through hedge and attacks sheep

A dog owner has agreed to pay a farmer’s veterinary costs after their husky-type dog attacked a flock of sheep. The incident occurred in Dunnington,...

Factory agents remain active in marts for finished cattle

IFA national livestock chairman, Brendan Golden, has said attempts by factories to undermine the trade with lower beef prices are unjustified and are “meeting...

Emphasis should be on reducing methane, not reducing cows – farm leader

Prof. John Fitzgerald’s proposals to reduce suckler cow numbers were “short-sighted” and “failed to take account of the economic and social contribution made by...

Calls made to allow burning in March

The IFA has called for a one-month extension for gorse burning, following inclement weather conditions in January and February. IFA national hill farming chairman, Flor...

Farmers must be rewarded for sequestering carbon – beef report

Farmers must be rewarded for sequestering carbon – beef report by Jim Power

Carbon tax will increase ‘burden’ on farmers by extra €6m

Reacting to the Budget, IFA president, Tim Cullinan, acknowledged the renewal of essential tax reliefs and the equalisation of the self-employed tax credit with...

€400m Brexit fund for Irish farmers

It has been reported that the government is finalising a Brexit support package to the value of €4m for Irish farmers. IFA president, Tim Cullinan,...

Farmers face paying back €40m in BEAM money

Some 18,000 farmers currently not achieving the 5% reduction requirement in the BEAM scheme could have to hand back as much as €40m out...

Ulster Bank exit: Farmers fear potential sale of loans to vulture funds

NatWest Group plc (NWG) has confirmed a phased withdrawal of Ulster Bank from the Republic of Ireland. Following the announcement, IFA president, Tim Cullinan, said...

‘Fianna Fáil now seem to be greener than Eamon Ryan the Green Party’

It appears as if this Government, and particularly Fianna Fáil, is intent on penalising the agricultural sector at every turn when it comes to...
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