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The Irish Natura and Hill Farmers Association are calling for €5m to be given to the hill sheep sector.
Depending on the purpose of inspections, farmers may receive no notice. Read more here.
Calls have been made to Minister Creed, demanding intervention on Teagasc fees for the Knowledge Transfer Programme (KT).
It has been announced recently that the compulsory cattle tag levy will be brought back into place this year, I look into the reasoning behind the move to see if it really is worthwhile.
Confirmed to us today were the details of the Tillage Crisis Fund, by IFA president Joe Healy, set to be implemented next week.
Yesterday a video was published by BBC news, featuring a farmer who thinks a tax should be introduced on meat products in a bid to save the environment.
Minister Michael Creed has today slammed British Ministers for a lack of leadership shown in terms of Brexit.
This was the news brought by the Deputy President of ICMSA, Pat McCormack, who welcomed the update from the Department.
A farmer from County Longford has been given a week by the courts to organize his affairs.
The Grain protest in the Department continues, and the IFA Grain Committee chairman Liam Dunne updated us on the situation.
The Department of Agriculture have announced that GLAS balancing payments will be issued today.
The IFA have criticised the Departments approach to issues with the live valuation scheme in place.