Dempsey at Large: Tough spring in Estonia
Matt Dempsey
Estonia, as a country, has become a poster boy for what can be achieved by a country that has emerged from the oppressiveness of a communist regime.
2 May 2024 News
Too much land excluded from forestry - Cahill
At the moment, we have an awful lot of land, including peat lands, that are excluded from afforestation, Fianna Fáil TD Jackie Cahill has said.
1 May 2024 News
Total of 60,000ac of land sold in 2022 at average of €8,000/ac - CSO
Over 11,000ac of land was sold in the west of the country in 2022, more than any other region.
A journey into ‘silvoarable’ farming in Co Carlow
Jack Browne’s vision for his farm, and his courage and conviction in realising it, offers a terrific learning experience for a future where innovation, diversification and adaptation will be crucial.
17 April 2024 Footprint Farmers
Commission proposes one-year derogation for fallow lands
The proposal comes following requests outlined by several Member States in Agriculture Council meetings.
31 January 2024 News