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CAP ‘about safeguarding people meaningfully tillage on medium payments’

The Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers’ Association (ICMSA) has indicated that before any serve discussions take place in propinquity to convergence, “the altogether distance of a Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) budget needs to be finalised”. The comments follow on from this morning’s opinion where a EU Agriculture Committee authorized a second collection of CAP proposals to urge […]

100% convergence: ‘As a townie we know it will advantage everybody in farming Ireland’

The preference by MEPs to behind another turn of proposals to remodel a Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) post-2020 “will advantage everybody in tillage Ireland”, eccentric MEP Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan has stated. Earlier today, Tuesday, Apr 4, a European Parliament’s Agriculture Committee approved a second batch of proposals that gave a immature light to a series […]

‘Large processors to be blocked from receiving CAP payments’

Member states will have a choice of excluding large-scale processors of rural furnish from receiving Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) payments underneath a subsequent programme, MEP Mairead McGuinness has stated. Following today’s opinion by a European Parliament’s Agriculture Committee on CAP reform, approach payments will be redeeming on farmers complying with a array of environmental measures. […]

120 calves sourced; audience achieved; and extending in full pitch in Co. Kildare

Farming on a Kildare/Carlow border, only outward Castledermot, Peter Byrne and his family run a dairy calf-to-beef operation in and with a tiny suckler-to-beef enterprise. In addition, 18ha are dedicated to tillage. The crops sown embody barley and beet, while maize (5ha) will also be sown on rented land. The whole plantation consists of 70ha […]

Cattle being clipped ‘willy nilly’ during factories

Farmers are suggested to take photographs of their cattle before they leave a yard by a Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers’ Association (ICSA) since of what it claims is “excessive writing of cattle” by a factories. The organisation’s ubiquitous secretary Eddie Punch told AgriLand that cattle are being clipped “willy nilly” during a factories. He […]

MEPs opinion in foster of CAP reform

The EU Agriculture Committee has authorized a initial collection of proposals to urge EU plantation process underneath a Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) following a opinion in a European Parliament this dusk (Monday, Apr 1). This initial opinion on a CAP remodel focused on a new EU manners for common marketplace organization (CMO) in rural products […]

Murray-Darling H2O plan: Labor says it’s prepared to overrule states

The ALP is scheming to use sovereign powers underneath a Water Act and a change with a dual Labor-controlled dish states to expostulate improved environmental outcomes if it wins supervision in May. The antithesis orator on a sourroundings and water, Tony Burke, told Guardian Australia he would immediately assemble a ministerial legislature and outline what […]