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Currently around 10.5% of total land area in Ireland is forest but Coillte estimates that Ireland’s forestry industry will double in size over the next 10 years. If you are a farmer and considering moving into forestry, ifac, the farming, food and agribusiness professional services firm, advises that while there are tax advantages there are also pitfalls to bear in mind.
Galway-based EU Independent candidate Dr. Fidelma Healy Eames has called for the removal of all Governmentt levies on beef cattle to go some way towards alleviating the financial hardship and stress being experienced by beef farmers countrywide.
Hely Dutton, in his survey of County Galway in 1824, wrote: “In every considerable town there is a market for fat cattle and sheep once a week. The earliest cattle fairs in Galway were held at Fairhill (hence the name) but in the 19th century, they moved to Eyre Square. It was where the farmer sold his product to other farmers, to butchers and to visiting dealers. It was where town and country met, where the rural people would come to town to sell, then buy whatever necessities they needed before returning home."
Hello, my name is Alex Browne. I am 16 years old and I have been living in Galway my entire life. I originally lived in Corrach Buí, but then I moved to Manusflynn in the country when I was around five. I do not remember much about Corrach Buí because I was so young and it was such a long time ago. The one thing I do remember is the colourful neighbours I had while living in Corrach Buí. They all had very unique personalities that made them all stick out, a quite common character trait for Galway people. Manusflynn, where I currently live is just as lovely as Corrach Buí, it is quite a small area next to Charlistrane and Headford. It is home to a few farmers, and all though I myself am not a farmer, this did not stop the farmers from greeting me with hospitality when I first moved in, this is a prime example of the caring people that reside in Galway.
Claremorris Drama Group is to present the comedy play ‘Widows' Paradise’ over five days in Ballyhaunis, Irishtown, Claremorris, Kiltimagh and Garrymore. The play will raise money for 10 different voluntary organisations, namely ISCPA, Ballyhaunis Ladies Football, Meals on Wheels, Gaelscoile De Burca, Claremorris Family Resource Centre and Claremorris Bord na nOg, Claremorris Ladies Rugby, Kiltimagh Scouts, No Name Balla, and Gortskehy National School.
For the second meeting of Mayo County Council in a row, Fine Gael Cllr Gerry Coyle has raised the issue of a farmer who got an enforcement letter from Mayo County Council in relation to a cattle crush on his farm.
Bord Bia is hosting a training workshop in Galway next month specially designed for those who wish to sell at farmers’ markets. Developed by Bord Bia, ‘ Skills Training for Selling at Farmers’ Markets’ is open to Irish food, drink, seafood and horticulture producers and is aimed at both existing stall holders and first-time producers.
A Mayo farmer didn’t let a recent hip operation get in the way of spinning the iconic Winning Streak wheel last Saturday and winning a total of €42,000 on the National Lottery game show on RTÉ One last Saturday.
A Mayo farmer who had a hip replacement just seven weeks ago is to appear on the National Lottery Winning Streak TV game show on RTÉ One this Saturday.
I was working full-time and was also doing a few hours with another company in the evenings. I recently lost my full-time job. Can I claim Jobseeker’s Benefit and continue working a couple of hours each evening?