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Francess McDonnell, Aisling O'Brien and Louise Hickey bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: Fodder stocks: what should farmers do next; Warning over dairy farmer’s income levels; The financial and mental impacts of low milk yields in 2024; €20m scheme for suckler farmers to open in e…
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In this episode of the limited podcast series, Senior Agriland journalist Aisling O'Brien and Kerry based solicitor Deirdre Flynn examine the issues of rights of way on farmland and Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO). Deirdre discusses these aspects of property law, which can be a very contentious and emotive, particularly when it comes to farms. She …
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Charles O’Donnell, Aisling O’Brien and Louise Hickey bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: Plan for strict restrictions on calf exports to Netherlands from 2026; Agreement reached on new Farmers’ Charter; ACRES issues and recent balancing payments; GPS thefts, arrest, and IFA calling…
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In this episode of the limited series podcast, Agriland senior journalist, Aisling O’Brien and Kerry-based solicitor, Deirdre Flynn explore the area of succession planning and farm transfer. Deirdre discusses some of the complex issues that can arise while developing a farm succession plan and offers advice on how to ensure a smooth transition of a…
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In the final episode of the first season of the AgriFocus podcast, we're joined by Teagasc advisor Fergal Maguire. Go beyond the headlines with our new podcast series – AgriFocus – where we take a closer look at some of the key issues that directly impact on farmers, rural communities and the agri-sector.…
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Charles O'Donnell, Aisling O'Brien, Louise Hickey and Breifne O'Brien bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: Concerns over fodder stocks; The cost of making bales of silage; The main talking points from BEEF2024 open day; DAFM chief inspector on fertiliser database and derogation; Alm…
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In the first episode in this limited series podcast, Agriland senior journalist, Aisling O’Brien and Kerry-based solicitor, Deirdre Flynn discuss making a will. The Irish Farm Report 2024 published by Ifac revealed that half of farmers have no will in place, leaving potential beneficiaries exposed to tax issues. The solicitor outlines what steps to…
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Francess McDonnell, Aisling O'Brien and Louise Hickey bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: Tirlán seeking voluntary redundancies and updates on milk supply and prices; Eamon Ryan stepping down and the race for a new Green Party leader; Nature Restoration Law passes; €21.1m in ACRES …
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In today's episode we're joined by Dr Eimear Cotter, Director of Evidence and Assessment with the Environmental Protection Agency. We discuss how the land use sector plays an important role in fighting climate change. Go beyond the headlines with our new podcast series – AgriFocus – where we take a closer look at some of the key issues that directl…
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Charles O’Donnell, Louise Hickey and Francess McDonnell bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: EPA report and reactions; Election counts start to wrap up at local and European level; Liming programme extension; TAMS payments commence plus reactions; Danish investment firm to set up AD…
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Charles O’Donnell and Stella Meehan bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: Revenue guidance on VAT refunds and reaction Most popular sire breeds in sucklers Kilkenny based dairy business with 470 cows sold for €1.45m Inter-county footballer and farmer Sheep Shearing Championships Moun…
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In today's episode we're joined by Head of Tax for IFAC, Marty Murphy to discuss Revenue's new guidance on VAT refunds Go beyond the headlines with our new podcast series – AgriFocus – where we take a closer look at some of the key issues that directly impact on farmers, rural communities and the agri-sector.…
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Charles O’Donnell and Aisling O’Brien bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: €40m National Biomethane Strategy published; Protesters demand ‘justice’ for ash dieback farmers; DII presents 10-point plan to ‘secure’ nitrates derogation; Agriculture to ‘exceed’ emissions ceiling; AMS to …
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This podcast is brought to you by Agriland Media in association with ABP* In the first episode of the Advantage Beef Programme podcast, we hear from ABP Food Group's sustainability manager Stephen Connolly as well as UCD's BiOrbics Professor Tommy Boland to hear about the new ABP funded research project examining pathways to further improving the s…
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Charles O'Donnell, Aisling O'Brien and Rubina Freiberg bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: Agriland readers share views ahead of European elections Farmers to lose €1,000 calf rearing payment Britain bans export of live animals What does the future hold for small farms? Up to €130/…
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Charles O'Donnell, Breifne O'Brien, Francess McDonnell and Rubina Freiberg bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: Beef exports and cattle prices; IFA and the Kerry question; Calls for a new nitrates derogation taskforce; Long awaited tillage report published; How to qualify for the as…
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In today's episode Agriland Editor Stella Meehan is joined by ICMSA president Denis Drennan to discuss the ICMSA's election guide and the issues effecting farmers right now. Go beyond the headlines with our new podcast series – AgriFocus – where we take a closer look at some of the key issues that directly impact on farmers, rural communities and t…
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Charles O'Donnell, Aisling O’Brien, Breifne O'Brien and Louise Hickey bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: Committee clashes with Revenue over VAT refunds; Over 83,000 BISS applications submitted as deadline nears; Minister confirms in-person training for SCEP; Processors urged to ‘…
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Charles O’Donnell, Francess McDonnell and Louise Hickey bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: New €79.5m ash dieback scheme Tirlán on turnover and derogation Growing potatoes in the rain. Met Éireann blight season gets underway; RSA, Irish hauliers and Cherbourg What’s next for the F…
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In this episode, Agriland editor Stella Meehan sits down with chartered valuation surveyor, Dillon Murtagh of Murtagh Bros. to discuss the land sale and rental market in Ireland. Last week the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) along with Teagasc published the Agricultural Land Market Review and Outlook Report 2024. Among the findings of…
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Charles O'Donnell, Rubina Freiberg and Aisling O’Brien bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: MEPS vote for CAP simplification DAFM inspections resume Revenue to give clarity on VAT refunds Land values to rise by 6% in 2024 €40 million to upgrade rural laneways Ireland’s new national …
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Stella Meehan and Aisling O’Brien bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: €100/ha for tillage farmers who plant in 2024 Dairy exit scheme ‘off the table’ Weather impacts dairy market outlook Co-ops report sharp drop in profits ‘Agri-related’ water incident affects 500 people in Mayo Sa…
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In this episode, head of Crops Knowledge Transfer Department at Teagasc, Michael Hennessy joins us to discuss everything to do with the effect the extended wet weather has had on the tillage sector. Go beyond the headlines with our new podcast series – AgriFocus – where we take a closer look at some of the key issues that directly impact on farmers…
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Francess McDonnell, Aisling O’Brien and Colm Ryan bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: · Met Éireann says high pressure due to set in · Fodder Transport Support Measure unveiled · Anger at lack of support for tillage sector · Stretching out silage and turning out stock at Lough Funs…
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Charles O’Donnell, Francess McDonnell and Aisling O’Brien bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: • Non-essential farm inspections paused • Minister meets banks on short term finance for farmers • Milk processors urged to pay ‘hardship top-up’ on March milk • Concern over workload faci…
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In this episode, Agriland editor, Stella Meehan sits down with associate director with Sherry Fitzgerald Country Homes, Farms & Estates, Philip Guckian to discuss the latest Agricultural Land Price Barometer. He explains what type of land is fetching the highest prices, why large estates are more difficult to come by in some areas of the country an…
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Charles O’Donnell, Francess McDonnell and Aisling O’Brien bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: · Weather woes and fodder shortages on farms · ACRES exemptions due to poor ground conditions · Why did non-ACRES farmers receive €5,000 payment? · EU driving licence proposals could have …
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Charles O’Donnell, Louise Hickey and Aisling O’Brien bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: - FCI contractor charge guide published - Increase in prices for farm plastic recycling - Imminent increase in green diesel price - Farmers running out of fodder and spring grazing is 'unworkab…
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In this episode, Agriland deputy news editor Francess McDonnell, speaks to sheepmeat and livestock manager with Bord Bia, Seamus McMenamin about record sheep prices being seen in the run-up to Easter. They discuss the prospects for the sheep trade for 2024, how prices and have improved since 2023 and markets for Irish sheepmeat and lamb. The AgriFo…
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Charles O’Donnell and Aisling O’Brien bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: · 9,000 farmers to be accepted into ACRES tranche 2 · New €60 million water quality programme aims to get 15,000 farmers on board · Farm orgs welcome interim judgement on nitrates case · Priest urges farmer t…
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In this episode, Agriland editor, Stella Meehan sits down with Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Pippa Hackett to mark International Women’s Day. The minister outlines her route into organic farming, the challenges she faces as a Green Party politician working in agriculture and what she feels is the most rewa…
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Louise Hickey, Breifne O’Brien, Colm Ryan and Aisling O’Brien bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: · ACRES interim payments begin issuing · MEPs pass Nature Restoration Law · Teagasc to develop 100ac organic beef research farm · 58% support reducing the national herd · Farmers’ hear…
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Charles O’Donnell, Louise Hickey and Aisling O’Brien bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: · Genotyping programme changes after passport delays · Reactors, restrictions and costs all rise for TB programme · 665 herds identified for illegal burning · ‘The dairy cow can’t pay for every…
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In a sit-down interview with Agriland, following his announcement that he would be joining Independent Ireland, Deputy Michael Fitzmaurice spoke about the reasons why he decided to join the party established by fellow independent TDs Michael Collins and Richard O’Donoghue. The party was established late last year with an aim to “respect the work an…
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Charles O’Donnell and Aisling O’Brien bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: · McConalogue announces ACRES interim payment rates · IFA campaign focuses on county council meetings · Fitzmaurice joins new rural party · Aggravated burglary at home of elderly farmer · Lakeland raises milk…
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Agriland Editor, Stella Meehan, is joined by former president of Macra and former vice-president of CEJA (European Council of Young Farmers), Thomas Duffy. Duffy farms in partnership with his parents and sister on their Co. Cavan dairy farm. He explains the impact, if any, of European protests, what the future holds for the Mercosur trade deal and …
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Charles O’Donnell, Breifne O’Brien and Aisling O’Brien bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture from Agriland, which this week includes: • Local authorities to increase farm inspections • Details of new suckler scheme • Tirlán’s €6 million payout to 4,700 farmer shareholders • EU reacts to farmer protests • 10 deer management …
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Louise Hickey, Charles O’Donnell and Aisling O’Brien bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture, which this week includes: · Thousands of farmers support ‘show of solidarity’ · Protesters from agri-sector confront minister at ICSA AGM · Cork marts to charge sellers €5/head for unsold calves · Ship carrying thousands of livestock…
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In this episode of AgriFocus, Agriland editor Stella Meehan, is joined by chair of An Rialálaí Agraibhia (The Agri-Food Regulator) board, Joe Healy. Healy is former president of Macra and the Irish Farmers’ Association and was the first vice-president of Copa, the European farmers’ organisation. Currently, he is chair of ‘Cultivate’ (Credit Unions …
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Louise Hickey, Colm Ryan and Stella Meehan bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture, which this week includes: · The fall-out from Storm Isha and Storm Jocelyn on rural communities · DAFM pays out an additional €8.1m in scheme payments · Farmer battles TB outbreaks for over 20 years · Agricultural tyres to be included in envir…
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Louise Hickey, Francess McDonnell, Rubina Freiberg and Aisling O’Brien bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture, which this week includes: · Beef exports to China to resume following discussions with Premier · Cap on crude protein in animal feed recommended by water quality group · Judge rules that father wanted to leave only …
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Louise Hickey and Francess McDonnell bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture, which this week includes: · Agriland Fodder Survey: One third of farmers facing a shortage · Lakeland increases milk price for December supplies · ‘Big pressure’ on contractors as slurry season approaches · Value of Irish food exports down 4% in 202…
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In December, Agriland spoke with former ICMSA president Pat McCormack to discuss his time in the role, and the future of the Irish dairy sector. We also caught up with new ICMSA president Denis Drennan about the challenges facing the sector, how he will change public perception, and the outlook for 2024. Go beyond the headlines with our podcast ser…
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Louise Hickey, Breifne O’Brien and Aisling O’Brien bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture, which this week includes: • Range of farm scheme payments to end 2023 • Fallen animal collection service resumes after talks • €6,500/ac fixed payment for road CPOs • Lebanon market secured for 1,000 Irish dairy heifers • Non-European …
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Louise Hickey and Aisling O’Brien bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture, which this week includes: • ACRES CP payments delayed until February • EU proposal on calf transportation • Teagasc’s, Dr. Laurence Shalloo on calf exports • Zoe Kavanagh to step down as NDC CEO • November milk prices • Farm Assist Christmas bonus to b…
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In this week’s episode we talk to ICBF CEO Sean Coughlan about the potential impact of changes to the Euro-Star beef index. Go beyond the headlines with our podcast series – AgriFocus – where we take a closer look at some of the key issues that directly impact on farmers, rural communities and the agri-sector.…
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Louise Hickey and Aisling O’Brien bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture, which this week includes: • Cattle and milk prices to increase in 2024 while inputs fall • Farmers voice anger over ICBF index changes • Call for SCEP to be overhauled • EU officially registers Irish Grass Fed Beef PGI • Agri-food exports worth record …
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Louise Hickey and Aisling O’Brien bring you the biggest stories of the week in Irish agriculture, which this week includes: • Commissioner visits Ireland to discuss nitrates derogation • Average land price now over €11,700/ac • Farmers protest at National Beef Conference in Ballinasloe • Farmers ‘living in fear’ of TB • Final exemption for burning …
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