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# Agriculture

Last month
June 2024
'We're the custodians of the land': Forest owners say land 'is valueless' after ash dieback
This year
2024
John Connell: We must take a stake in the future. I have begun with 12 sheep.
John Connell
Farmers face 'extreme pressures' as heavy rainfall saturates soil
EU member states agree to CAP review as tractors throng Brussels
French farmers lift roadblocks after tense week of protests
'You reap what you sow': At the scene of the farmers' protest that shut down Brussels city centre
Smoke filled the air as farmers burned bales, as well as tires and wooden pallets.
Irish farmers to hold rallies today in solidarity with protests by EU counterparts
Explainer: Why are farmers in France blocking the motorways?
Last year
2023
Jacinda Ardern on death threats, climate change and why social media is like alcohol
Ireland supported keeping weedkiller glyphosate on the market for another 10 years in EU vote
Martin hopes China beef exports can resume in 'matter of months' after pause over Atypical BSE case
Disasters in last 30 years have caused losses of $3.8 trillion in crops and livestock
Eamon Ryan: Ireland isn't going to 'change tack' on nitrates derogation
Taoiseach to seek meeting with EU Commission on nitrates derogation after meeting farmers
Farmer groups picket Agriculture Minister's meeting following nitrates cut
Growth at all costs? Row over Irish dairy farms targeting African nations
Rural Independents accused of ‘scaremongering’ during Dáil debate on supposed cattle cull
Supermarket price cuts can't come at the expense of farmers, McConalogue says
HSE urges public to avoid handling 'sick and dead birds' due to risk posed by bird flu
Govt transfers €150m in Brexit funding to post-Covid fund, to be spent in part on retrofitting
Irish beef exports to China resume after being suspended in 2020 due to pathogen
All time
Local councils hiring inspectors to target farms over pollution concerns
New Zealand proposes taxing cow burps as part of plan to tackle climate change
NI Protocol debacle can't be allowed to become 'huge headache' for farmers - Coveney
Malnutrition and disease after Pakistan flood will get worse says UN
Citizens’ assembly on agriculture the wrong model, says farming group
Poll: Is a 25% cut in agricultural emissions high enough?
Challenging but achievable: Govt announces 25% emission reduction target for agriculture sector
EU approval sought for Irish grass-fed beef to be given same protected status as Champagne
‘Significant’ price hikes faced by Irish dairy, meat and grain producers
Minister says it's up to all departments to cut emissions if Ireland is to meet carbon budgets
'It ain't just agriculture': Minister says other sectors must 'step up' to meet carbon emission targets
The Explainer x Noteworthy: Is Ireland a dumping ground for poultry manure?
‘Particular concern' over agri sector's plan to cut emissions as key details still missing
Balance needed in food production between affordability and climate-friendly, says minister
Legal requirement to confine poultry over bird flu fears to be lifted on Friday
22% emissions reduction in agriculture 'challenging but achievable' - farmers' association
What is the Common Agricultural Policy, and how is it being changed to tackle climate change?
Taoiseach says there's an 'obsession' about the national herd in climate debate
Agriculture, Building, Transport: Here's how sectors are expected to cut emissions by 2030