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Aside from the Vintners’ Association of Ireland, which welcomed the 2011 Budget announced this week, which did not impose any increases on the price of alcohol, reaction to the budget from most other sectors has been swift and largely condemnatory this week.
The winter wonderland over most of the country was losing its gloss as the week progressed with school closurres, absent workers, transport difficulties, burst pipes, freezing homes, and long-stay interruptions to normal life making for a miserable time for many.
At a meeting with the Tanaiste Mary Coughlan, IFA president, Kilkennyman John Bryan covered a wide range of pre-budget issues, and set down a clear marker that agri schemes must be fully funded going in 2011.
elays in processing farm payments by the Department of Agriculture are causing serious problems for farmers and are affecting many working in rural Mayo.
Following the huge success of last year’s event the Inistioge Summer Festival is back!
The president of the IFA, Kilkenny man John Bryan ,was given a presentation this week by members of the council and the executive at, Kilkenny County Council.
IFA president Kilkenny man, John Bryan, has called on the Government to follow the lead of France and suspend its decision to introduce a carbon tax to assist the country regain competitiveness so that exports and jobs can be developed.
The farming community has roundly welcomed the news of Glanbia Co-op’s proposed purchase of Glanbia plc’s Irish interests.
The viability of farming and the rural economy in the west depends on the provision of properly-funded farm schemes.
IFA president Padraig Walsh has received categorical assurances that the Single Farm Payment will not be touched irrespective of what happens during the WTO talks.