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Jan
17
Irish beef exports to China to resume after BSE case
Posted by on 17 January 2024 02:25 PM
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has confirmed that China has agreed to reopen imports of Irish beef.
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Nov
10
Potato farmers face serious crop losses as harvest hit
Posted by on 10 November 2023 12:00 AM
Weather unpredictability and above normal rainfall has made it a difficult year for the agricultural sector. Most farmers were affected in some way or another and right now, potato growers are facing serious crop losses as waterlogged fields impede this year's harvest.
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Oct
17
€179m in delayed payments to farmers commence
Posted by on 17 October 2023 02:09 PM
Payments to farmers that were delayed by a month, sparking a row between the Department of Agriculture and some farm leaders, have recommenced today.
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Oct
11
No provision for voluntary dairy reduction scheme
Posted by on 11 October 2023 05:49 PM
No financial provision has been made for a voluntary dairy reduction scheme in Budget 2024.
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Oct
6
Greenhouse gas emissions down on Irish farms - report
Posted by on 06 October 2023 07:35 AM
A newly published sustainability report on Irish agriculture in 2022 notes there was a decrease in greenhouse gas emissions from dairy, cattle, sheep and tillage farms.
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Sep
14
61% of agribusinesses face staffing challenge - report
Posted by on 14 September 2023 12:02 AM
A survey of leaders of 75 food and agribusinesses on the island of Ireland has found businesses are being affected by high costs, staff recruitment challenges and general price inflation.
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