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# Department of Agriculture

Last month
January 2024
Glyphosate accounts for 30% of pesticides in Ireland, with residues found in some food samples
Last year
2023
Dr Catherine Conlon: Where does BSE come from and what are the risks?
EPA releases industrial water register for first time - but redacts almost 150 farm businesses
New grant of €1,500 to help older farmers plan for the inheritance of their land
Investigations unit in Dept of Agriculture 'decimated' by 'interference', whistleblowers claim
Investigation launched at Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board over 'grave' financial issue
Investigation launched at Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board over 'grave' financial issue
Defence Forces available 'at all times' to respond to wildfires as warning issued
Department of Agriculture pressured EPA not to release list of farms pumping from rivers
Dogs seized as greyhound allegedly 'found being eaten by wildlife' near trainer's yard
'High risk' orange forest fire warning in place until Saturday evening
Ireland to contribute funding to delivery of 500 tonnes of seed potatoes to Ukraine
Dogs found dumped in Kildare bog likely suffered 'traumatic injuries'
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Cabinet to sign off on new Common Agicultural Policy worth close to €10 billion for farmers
Gardaí and Department of Agriculture probing deaths of 400 bull calves on Co Limerick farm
New scheme will allow landowners to plant one hectare of trees without forestry licence
Over the Hill: Persistent overgrazing causing 'devastation' in vulnerable habitats
Public advised not to handle sick or dead birds amid concerns over bird flu
Avian Flu detected in wild falcon in Galway
Almost 20,000 horses euthanised after being seized by local authorities over past ten years
Minister told greyhound racing not sustainable from commercial perspective during Covid prior to State funding boost
Enhanced measures put in place to keep bird flu out of flocks
Strain of avian influenza found in wild bird in Limerick
Public told not to purchase non-registered hand sanitising products
Farmers warned over outbreak of deadly African Swine Fever in Germany
Departments warn of scams asking people for bank details
Exposure to rabies-like virus found in animal in Cork
Droimeann cattle officially recognised as native rare Irish breed
Farmer protests end outside factories - but meat industry says 100,000 cattle in backlog
Around 40 knackeries close down temporarily as losses mount
Meat Industry Ireland pulls out of beef talks over ongoing blockades
Explainer: Why have beef farmers across the country been protesting in recent weeks?
Over 200 tonnes of unfit or illegal meat and food products seized at Irish ports since 2016
Seven locations searched by Gardaí as part of horsemeat investigation
No one has been prosecuted for deliberately starting wildfires since 2012
Government to award €80k contract for 75,000 pet passports
Department warns that people who illegally burn land risk prosecution
Government issues estimated €4 million tender to station vets at border posts post-Brexit
OPW sold carcasses of Phoenix Park deer culled by state-hired marksman to game dealer
Irish people asked not to bring back food from 8 EU countries to prevent spread of African Swine Fever