Flexibility Can Be Used In ANC Review – IFA

IFA Rural Development Chairman Joe Brady has said sufficient flexibilities are available to ensure that ANC payments can increase and that areas currently designated can be fully protected in the upcoming review of ANC areas in Ireland.   Speaking at a special COPA meeting on the role of ANC payments in the CAP post-2020 today […]

Action To Tackle EU Protein Crop Deficit Demanded – Mairead McGuinness MEP

EU agricultural policy must do more to reduce our dependency on imported protein crops while increasing home-grown production, said Mairead McGuinness MEP and co-author of a new European Parliament Resolution on the future EU strategy for the promotion of protein crops. In adopting the Report, the Parliament’s Agriculture Committee called for an update of the Common […]

Agri Aware Takes To The Skies At Dublin Airport This Spring

Agri Aware, Ireland’s independent agri-food educational body has today announced the launch of a new advertising campaign in Dublin Airport this Spring. The campaign entitled “My land, your land – Ireland” is perfectly timed with the airport set to be thronged with revellers heading to the ever popular Cheltenham Festival and the large influx of […]

Agri Aware Ttakes To The Stage At Electric Picnic!

Agri Aware Ireland’s agri-food educational body made its very first music festival appearance at Electric Picnic last weekend (September 2nd and 3rd) ! Agri Aware’s exhibit which was in the Global Green Ecolvillage was unmissable with it’s traditional red hayshed as a centre piece home to host of activities to help visitors learn about the […]

IFA Warns CAP 2013 Fallout Frightening For Agricultural Sector

IFA President John Bryan said the fallout from anything less than a full Budget for the Single Farm Payment and Rural Development measures Commissioner Ciolos in the CAP 2013 reform is frightening and will damage irreparably Ireland’s €24bn agri-food sector. Speaking one week before the IFA’s Day of Action in Dublin, John Bryan pointed out […]

IFA Warns CAP 2013 Fallout Frightening For Agricultural Sector

IFA President John Bryan said the fallout from anything less than a full Budget for the Single Farm Payment and Rural Development measures Commissioner Ciolos in the CAP 2013 reform is frightening and will damage irreparably Ireland’s €24bn agri-food sector. Speaking one week before the IFA’s Day of Action in Dublin, John Bryan pointed out […]