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elays in processing farm payments by the Department of Agriculture are causing serious problems for farmers and are affecting many working in rural Mayo.
The Rothwell family are looking forward to the annual Inistioge Vintage Rally with mixed emotions this year, with the memory of the late Leslie Rothwell sure to be overwhelmingly present on the day.
Following the huge success of last year’s event the Inistioge Summer Festival is back!
Kilkenny man John Bryan has called on the Government to abandon the green carbon tax on farm diesel, which comes into effect next weekend. The IFA believes that the introduction of the new tax will reduce farm incomes by two per cent.
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.
According to many grain-growing farmers, Glanbia is paying the worst price for grain in Ireland and they are not at all happy.
The €80 Suckler Cow Welfare Scheme has been cut in half for next year.