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Launch of Athlone Agri-Show and Food Festival 2014

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The 12th Athlone Agri-Show and Food Festival will take place at the Showgrounds at Gaffey’s Farm, Moydrum on Sunday June 29.

Higgins calls for establishment of agri-ombudsman

North-West MEP Jim Higgins has called for the establishment of an agri-ombudsman to investigate complaints from farmers. The Mayo native MEP said: "As inspection penalties against farmers continue to rise, it's clear that our agri-inspectors need to be pulled back into line. In the last four years penalties against farmers rose by a whopping 500 per cent, the total penalties rose to €4.7 million in 2012, up from just €780,000 in 2009."

Fun for foodies, farmers, and little ones at Agri-Show

Preparations are continuing for the 11th Athlone Agri-Show and Food Festival, which takes place at the Showgrounds, Moydrum on Sunday June 30.

Fun for foodies, farmers, and little ones at Agri-Show

Preparations are continuing for the 11th Athlone Agri-Show and Food Festival, which takes place at the Showgrounds, Moydrum on Sunday June 30.

Incredible Edibles initiative

The Growing up in Ireland study shows healthy eating and Incredible Edibles initiative more important now than ever, says Agri Aware.

Calleary calls for full restoration of AEOS and DAS

Mayo TD Dara Calleary has spoken out on a Fianna Fáil motion calling for the Government to reverse its cuts to the Agri Options Scheme and the Disadvantaged Areas Scheme.

Family owned agri-business serving the Mayo community since 1988

Ardagh Agri in Ballina has been selling Ford, New Holland and Fiat tractors as well as all types of machinery to the farming community and beyond for more than 20 years. Experts in agricultural parts and services, Ardagh are specialists in the New Holland brand but also source and supply all other models.

‘Buy Local, Buy Irish’ this Christmas

Thousands of Galway’s consumers are making last minute preparations for their Christmas shopping. With this in mind, Agri Aware today launched a consumer campaign encouraging the public to source local Irish produce and support over 250,000 people employed in the agri-food industry.

Government needs to address age imbalance of farmers – ICSA

Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers’ Association (ICSA), Connaught/Ulster vice-president, John Flynn, has warned that the older age profile of Irish farmers is not conducive to productive farming and unless steps are taken to encourage the next generations into farming the agri food sector will simply stagnate.

Government recognising importance of agri-food industry

The Government’s capital spending plan for the next five years illustrates that the Fine Gael-led coalition recognises the importance and potential of the agri-food industry, according to Fine Gael public representatives in Mayo.

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