Budget 2014

10 new tax changes for farmers in the budget, Coveney promises

10 new tax changes for farmers in the budget, Coveney promises

Farmers can expect a very good budget this year, according to the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Simon...

September 20, 2014

Budget 2014 – Taxation measures impacting the agricultural sector

Budget 2014 – Taxation measures impacting the agricultural sector

Grant Thornton director Sasha Kerins has analysed the tax implications for farmers emanating from yesterday’s Budget 2014. With regard to...

October 16, 2013

IFA says ‘No’ to any changes in farm tax reliefs

IFA says ‘No’ to any changes in farm tax reliefs

An Irish Farmers Association (IFA) spokesman has told AgriLand that all the existing tax reliefs available to farmers must be...

October 16, 2013

Mood music from Government positive as exports to top €10bn – ICMSA

Mood music from Government positive as exports to top €10bn – ICMSA

ICMSA believes that the announcements made in yesterday’s Budget 2014 concerning agriculture and food reflect the Government’s positive attitude regarding...

October 16, 2013

Budget 2014 – good news: bad news scenario for the beef industry

Budget 2014 – good news: bad news scenario for the beef industry

IN FOCUS: Co Mayo suckler producer Stanley Jackson has welcomed the extra money that will be available for the beef breeding...

October 16, 2013

€70m will be taken from Irish farmers in 2014 – Ó Cuív

€70m will be taken from Irish farmers in 2014 – Ó Cuív

Budget 2014: Fianna Fáil spokesperson on agriculture Éamonn O Cuív TD says more than €70m will be taken from Irish...

October 16, 2013

Cautious IFA reaction to Budget 2014

Cautious IFA reaction to Budget 2014

President of the Irish Farmers Association (IFA) John Bryan gave a cautious reaction to today’s Budget 2014. Speaking to AgriLand,...

October 15, 2013

‘Mild Budget 2014 farming cuts’

‘Mild Budget 2014 farming cuts’

COMMENT:  The impact of Budget 2014 on farming and agriculture in Ireland could be considered for once as mild, bearing in...

October 15, 2013

Main outline of Budget 2014 for agriculture, cuts of €37m

Main outline of Budget 2014 for agriculture, cuts of €37m

The main features of the Department of Agriculture’s allocation in Budget 2014 were outlined by the Agriculture Minister Simon Coveney...

October 15, 2013

Ireland delivers world first in beef genomics, on-the-ground workings outlined

Ireland delivers world first in beef genomics, on-the-ground workings outlined

BUDGET 2014: Support measures for the Irish beef sector will include a world-class beef genomics database that will result in payments...

October 15, 2013

Review of farming tax reliefs under way

Review of farming tax reliefs under way

Budget 2014: Ireland’s farming and agriculture tax reliefs are under review and changes are afoot, according to Finance Minister Michael...

October 15, 2013

Abolish carbon tax on farm vehicles – IFCA

Abolish carbon tax on farm vehicles – IFCA

The abolition of carbon tax on agricultural vehicles is the main demand by the Irish Farm Contractors Association (IFCA) ahead of...

October 15, 2013

ICMSA push for dairy investment scheme

ICMSA push for dairy investment scheme

The Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers Association (ICMSA) is calling for Ministers Noonan and Coveney to agree a specifically tailored investment scheme for...

October 14, 2013

IFA says ‘No’ to any Budget cuts

IFA says ‘No’ to any Budget cuts

The Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) has told AgriLand that agriculture has done more than its fair share of heavy lifting in...

October 14, 2013

‘Teagasc has lost 40% advisors as it relies more on private funding’

‘Teagasc has lost 40% advisors as it relies more on private funding’

Teagasc has lost more than 40 per cent of its advisors over the past five years, along with a substantial...

October 9, 2013