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Brexit: DAFM beam to importing plants and used machine from a UK

With 65 days to go until a finish of a Brexit transition period, a Department of Agriculture, Food and a Marine (DAFM) hold an eventuality currently (Wednesday, Oct 28) covering all matters associated to plant imports from a UK. In a webinar attended probably by AgriLand, Shane Kirk, partner rural examiner with a Horticulture and Plant […]

Teagasc Green Acres rancher outlines complement in ‘Beef Edge Masterclass’ podcast

By Seán Cummins, Teagasc Green Acres programme advisor JP Hammersley – a member in a Teagasc Green Acres Calf to Beef Programme – summarized his complement of prolongation as partial of a latest Teagasc ‘Beef Edge Masterclass’ podcast series. Farming part-time in Lattin, Co. Tipperary, JP operates a complement where Friesian steers are carried to […]

Sinn Féin to move brazen legislation associated to winter application separation bans 

A “ban on winter application disconnections” is now indispensable according to TD Darren O’Rourke, who has called on Minister Eamon Ryan to “go further” than this year’s moratorium on disconnections and deliver it annually. The Sinn Féin orator on meridian action, communications networks and ride has welcomed a Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) duration on […]

‘Highly pathogenic’ aria of bird influenza reliable in Netherlands

A rarely pathogenic aria of avian influenza (bird flu) has been rescued among furious birds in a Netherlands. Minister for Agriculture, Food and a Marine Charlie McConalogue pronounced this dusk (Wednesday, Oct 28), that dual cases of a bird influenza subtype H5N8 were reliable in that country. The apportion highlighted a need to examination biosecurity practices […]

Farming for Nature Awards: ‘Simple actions can make a large disproportion for nature’

Jim Cronin This year’s Farming for Nature ambassadors were commended in new days, as their work demonstrates how “simple actions can make a large disproportion for a wellbeing of nature”. The 2020 National Farming For Nature Ambassador Awards were hold on Saturday night (October 24). Now in their third year, a awards recognized 8 examples […]

Nolan ‘yet to accept denote of devise for marts’ from minister

An eccentric TD has pronounced that she is “yet to accept any indication” from Minister for Agriculture, Food and Marine Charlie McConalogue that there is “a roadmap or plan” for marts underneath Level 5 Covid-19 restrictions. Laois-Offaly TD Carol Nolan pronounced she had intent with Minister McConalogue’s dialect on a emanate final week, when she […]

ISPCA: ‘Halloween can be a frightful time for the bushy friends’

As Halloween approaches, a ISPCA is reminding a open to be wakeful of a dangers Halloween poses to a wellbeing of all animals. The open is urged to take additional measures to guarantee a gratification of not usually domestic pets, though plantation animals and wildlife too. ISPCA open family manager Carmel Murray says that Halloween […]

Beef trade: Decline in ‘prime cattle’ sent for approach massacre to NI

The Northern Ireland beef trade is experiencing a identical trend to that in a Republic of Ireland, when comparing normal beef prices for primary cattle – in that values have remained identical or unvaried in comparison to a prior week. The Livestock Meat Commission (LMC) has settled that primary U-3-grading animals were offered during £3.54-3.60/kg […]