New TAMS to list 100 more investment options
Noel Bardon
There will need to be an environmental component to investments funded under the new TAMS.
4 February 2023 News
Agri jobs: industry and farm jobs on offer
Employers are looking for workers to fill industry and farm worker vacancies this week.
4 February 2023 News
Farmers win appeal over €137,914 capital gains tax bill
A case was heard before the Tax Appeal Commission over 16.5 acres sold in 2005 on which no capital gains tax was paid by the married couple selling the land.
Weekend weather: mostly dry but chilly few days ahead
Temperatures could drop below freezing on Saturday night, Met Éireann has forecast.
3 February 2023 News
Bord Bia to consult farm groups before audit changes
One of the “big things” coming in Bord Bia audits from 2024 onwards will be a farm sustainability action plan, a senior figure within Bord Bia has said.
1 February 2023 News
Over 400 more nitrates derogations granted in 2021
There were more applications for a nitrates derogation in 2021 when compared with the year previous.
1 February 2023 News
Department ‘hard pressed’ to get €5m dairy-beef fund spent
Department officials do not expect the €5m budget for dairy beef weighing to be spent in full over the coming year, an Irish Farmers Journal CAP information meeting heard.
1 February 2023 News
IFA partner with Age Friendly to host over-55s event in Kilcullen mart
A number of speakers will cover topics ranging from health and well-being to security.
1 February 2023 News
ICMSA sees Coillte land deal as another attack on farmers
The ICMSA claimed that the Coillte-Gresham House deal was the latest in a litany of anti-farmer policies agreed by Government.
1 February 2023 News
Flailing best way to minimise green waste - report
A study undertaken on behalf of the Department of Agriculture has found that flailing hedges regularly will minimise green waste that must be managed by farmers.
Bank of Ireland first to commit to new round of low-interest loans
Farmers can borrow up to €250,000 unsecured through the new Ukraine Credit Guarantee Scheme.
30 January 2023 News
Commission pulls Ireland up on environment rules
Ireland has been referred to the Court of Justice of the European Union for allegedly falling short of regulations contained in the EU water framework directive into national law.