Minister should fear for tillage sector’s future as farmers do
Siobhán Walsh
It is clear that farmers outside of the tillage sector are wondering how farmers will continue to stay in tillage as payments decline.
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EU cereals down 6.8% on 2021
Cereal production in the EU was down in 2022, mainly due to the impact of heat and drought on maize yields in particular.
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Tillage stakeholders meet to decide on proposals for Minister
A proposal is due to be sent to Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue in the coming days which will make suggestions on how to increase the tillage area in this country.
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