articles about farm-income
It is important for each farm to establish the impact of low milk prices on their farm
Teagasc recently published an outlook report, which reported that dairy farmers can expect increased incomes of between €75,000 and €80,000.But are we not staring down the barrel of a gun after the milk quota collapse and a lack of workers?
President of the IFA, Joe Healy, recently made calls for the CAP budget to be defended.
The chairman of the ICSA rural development, Seamus Sherlock, has welcomed the news of a Dáil motion being brought forward by Rural Independents Group.
Mr John Comer spoke at the recent decreases in farmer incomes as part of Teagasc’s National Farm survey.
The recent National farm survey, carried out by Teagasc, has found that the average farm income in Ireland has fallen by 9%.
Urgent action is needed to address the deepening farm income crisis, IFA President Joe Healy said at a briefing for TDs and Senators in Dublin.