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Green’s rural reputation one of Ryan’s biggest regrets
Anne O'Donoghue
The Minister for the Environment made the comments in his speech as he announced he will step down as Green Party leader.
17 June 2024 Opinion
Opinion: when opportunity knocks, perhaps you should open the door
Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil seem to have dismissed the prospect of a summer election, but it might be their best chance of being returned to power.
17 June 2024 News
INHFA calls for immediate consultation on Nature Restoration Law
The INHFA has been an opponent of the law since the proposals were announced, with its leader citing funding and payment eligibility concerns.
‘Huge amount of uncertainty’ remains with Nature Restoration Law - IFA
The exact interpretation at Government level of key definitions contained in the EU Nature Restoration Law has yet to be seen.
17 June 2024 News
Nature Restoration Law finalised by EU ministers
Ireland now has legally-binding targets for restoring nature after ministers gave the law its final seal of approval.
Farmers should use co-op model to supply AD plants - Minister Ryan
Those considering a move to supply anaerobic digestion plants should look to farming's co-op traditions to get the best deal they can, according to Minister Ryan.
12 June 2024 Renewables
John Deere updates walker combines
Deere has replaced its T500 and T600 combines with four T5 five-walker and four T6 six-walker models. Updates include the X9 cab, a new engine, larger grain tanks and enhanced precision ag technology.
12 June 2024 News
Most dairy farmers supported protests over cut to derogation
An Irish Farmers Journal readers survey has found that 78% of farmers protested over changes to the derogation.
12 June 2024 News
Beef Management: grass supplies, grass quality and slurry spreading
In this week's Beef Management, Adam Woods takes a look at grass supplies, grass quality and slurry spreading advice.
12 June 2024 Management
Almost 20% of farmers would look at rewetting their farms
Sheep farmers reported to be the most open to rewetting their farmland, while dairy farmers appear the most reluctant of any sector.
5 June 2024 News
Redwater cases on the rise in the northwest
There’s a dense mat of grass on some farms which can be ideal conditions for ticks, a Cavan vet has warned.
5 June 2024 News
News round-up from Northern Ireland
Weekly round-up of news from the farming industry in Northern Ireland.
5 June 2024 Northern Ireland