Strategy supports 'emission-intensive' milk and meat production – An Taisce
Stephen Robb
The strategy will increase the viability of 'emissions-intensive' milk and meat production and needs to be evidence-led and society-centred, instead of 'agri-led' and 'farmer-centric' stated An Taisce
13 March 2024 News
Convergence a crude way to deliver farm payments – Gorman
IFA president Francie Gorman calls for an increased CAP budget and outlines what's next in terms of protest action to news editor Amy Forde.
6 March 2024 Viewpoints
Best use of Ireland's vets?
Is it necessary that vets are being soaked up by the Department of Agriculture for maintenance of quality standards?
Derogation to stay while High Court considers an Taisce case - IFA
The interim decision has been described by the IFA president as a relief for farmers.
6 March 2024 News
Court challenge against expansion of infant formula plant dismissed
A large estate owner challenged Monaghan County Council over a decision to grant planning permission for the expansion of Abbott Ireland's infant formula. manufacturing facility.
27 February 2024 News
Opinion: farmers need the truth, but they also need hope
The presentations by Elaine McGoff and Eddie Burgess were interesting in themselves. Taken together, they present a good range of opinion on exactly where farming and water quality intersect.
24 February 2024 Opinion
Current water quality measures on farms ineffective for nitrate – An Taisce
An Taisce’s head of advocacy Dr Elaine McGoff said a catchment-based approach is needed to improve nitrate run-off from farms.
23 February 2024 News
New Tirlán cheese plant accepts first loads of milk
The joint project with Royal A-ware will be fully operational by April, a co-op meeting in Portlaoise was told.
24 January 2024 News