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There's been big movement in the UK this week as Brexit moves closer to reality. Peter Geoghegan joins us to discuss the proposed customs union and what it all means.
Stuart shares his thoughts on the proposed UK Customs union and why the customs union is just the beginning of the reality check and back tracking.
A farmer has been left bitterly disappointed after police failed to prosecute the people who stole and killed his sheep.
In this week’s Agri Biz of the week we speak to Alan Kingston of Glenilen Farm from Drimlogue Co. Cork.
Two people have died following the crashing of a light aircraft into a field.
All you have to do is look at the effort this farmer’s gone into to make his farm a step above the rest.
A teen in the UK has cost up to £400,000 pounds worth of damage following the setting fire to a farm building.
The Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers Association (ICMSA) say that Ireland must make a final agreement on any final Brexit proposal conditional on Cap retention in full.
This was again the message from National Livestock Chairman of the IFA, Angus Woods.
A recent report carried out by an Bord Bia, has found that up to 80% of exporters feel the UK still offer significant potential.
A man, Brian Bellhouse, was attacked and killed by agitated cattle at the beginning of the week.
After a farmer tried to control illegal ravers himself, his methods caused immediate action from police.
The new IFA president will today meet with Michael Barnier, The Eu's chief negotiator, to discuss Brexit and it's implications.
With all the recent talk and debates over Brexit, EU member states have released a negotiation directive to help prepare for the UK's exit.