Category Archives: News

On a surveillance for your ideal pursuit in a agri-sector?

There are a series of sparkling opportunities in a agri-sector during a impulse so if we are on a surveillance for something new, there might only be something matched to you. This week, AgriRecruit has a operation of jobs accessible to fit several possibilities in a agri-sector, with vacancies including: communications executive; bureau administrator; veterinary use manager; […]

‘Conundrum’ faced due to risk of CO steam in try to accommodate environmental targets

“It creates conjunction mercantile nor environmental clarity that a process could lead to CO leakage” according to Teagasc, however, Ireland still faces a “conundrum” as it contingency live within a particular nation targets. Speaking during a Oireachtas Joint Committee on Agriculture and a Marine this week, a series of members lifted concerns over CO steam […]

Early RHI intrigue closure could boost CO2 emissions sevenfold, news warns

A news examining Northern Ireland’s botched Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) intrigue has warned swell substantiating a “green economy” could be topsy-turvy and annual CO2 emissions increasing sevenfold should a intrigue be wound adult early. The news was authored by Grant Thornton and co-funded by a Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU). It read: “It is a opinion […]

Kerry Group suspends transaction discussions with Kerry Co-op

Kerry Group has dangling discussions with Kerry Co-operative in propinquity to a “potential transaction” for a group’s dairy associated businesses, a organisation has announced. The pierce is partial of an ongoing vital examination into a businesses, a organisation says. In a brief matter this dusk (Thursday, Apr 15), a orator for a organisation said: “As […]

REAP commander proposals a ‘huge disappointment’ – ICMSA

Proposals on a new Results-based Environment-Agri commander Project (REAP) intrigue have been described as a “huge disappointment” by a Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers’ Association (ICMSA). This follows a assembly with Department of Agriculture, Food Marine officials in propinquity to a new REAP agri-environment scheme. Commenting afterwards, ICMSA Farm and Rural Affairs Committee authority Denis Drennan […]

Direction of CAP remodel ‘could destroy plantation viability in Ireland’

The instruction of a remodel of a Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) has a “potential to destroy plantation viability in Ireland”, a Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) has claimed. Addressing a Joint Oireachtas Committee on Agriculture currently (Wednesday, Apr 14), IFA boss Tim Cullinan warned a concentration of a CAP remodel “has a intensity to destroy plantation […]

51% glimmer 2030 aim ‘would need estimable reduction’ in tillage – Teagasc

Achieving desirous glimmer rebate targets as set down underneath a Climate Action and Low Carbon Development Bill would “require a estimable rebate in a volume of rural activity in Ireland, Teagasc has said. In his opening matter during a meeting of a Oireachtas Joint Committee on Agriculture, Food and a Marine progressing currently (Wednesday, Apr […]

Boyle: Grass-based Irish complement ‘gives certain environmental characteristics’

The grass-based inlet of Irish stock tillage gives it “certain certain environmental characteristics” that minister to a low CO footprint of Irish divert and meat, according to Teagasc. In his opening matter during a meeting of a Oireachtas Joint Committee on Agriculture, Food and a Marine progressing currently (Wednesday, Apr 14), that was assembly to plead a […]