INHFA

INHFA: Slashing lamb price is ‘opportunistic and damaging’

INHFA: Slashing lamb price is ‘opportunistic and damaging’

The Irish Natura and Hill Farmers’ Association (INHFA) has said that the reduction in the quoted price for lambs by...

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INHFA calls for urgent review of Fodder Support Scheme

INHFA calls for urgent review of Fodder Support Scheme

The Irish Natura and Hill Farmers Association (INHFA) has said that many of its members will lose out due to...

June 16, 2022

Sheep are integral to upland management – INHFA

Sheep are integral to upland management – INHFA

The Irish Natura and Hill Farmers Association (INHFA) has said that sheep are a “primary management tool” when it comes...

June 15, 2022

INHFA AGM: Sites on private land ‘advertised as places of interest’

INHFA AGM: Sites on private land ‘advertised as places of interest’

Sites such as old ruins and buildings on private land are being advertised as “places of interest to visit” without,...

June 8, 2022

Minister hears additional fodder support is necessary at INHFA AGM

Minister hears additional fodder support is necessary at INHFA AGM

Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Charlie McConalogue was told last week that additional support is necessary to ensure...

June 7, 2022

Land designation issue highlighted to minister at INHFA AGM

Land designation issue highlighted to minister at INHFA AGM

The issue of land designation and the restrictions for farmers in effected areas was a major point of concern at...

June 3, 2022

INHFA writes to Minister Noonan on EU Biodiversity Strategy

INHFA writes to Minister Noonan on EU Biodiversity Strategy

The Irish Natura and Hill Farmers’ Association (INHFA) has said it has written to Minister of State for heritage Malcolm...

May 25, 2022

INHFA calls for change of policy on biodiversity

INHFA calls for change of policy on biodiversity

Conservation rather than the current policy of preservation can improve biodiversity, according to the Irish Natura and Hill Farmers Association...

May 18, 2022

Designated land: Call for fund to offset devaluation

Designated land: Call for fund to offset devaluation

The Irish Natura and Hill Farmers’ Association (INHFA) is calling on the state to establish a fund that will top...

May 11, 2022

Survey on public access to land a ‘real cause of concern’

Survey on public access to land a ‘real cause of concern’

Preliminary results from a survey of farmers on the issue of public access to land “is a cause of real...

May 11, 2022

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Farmland Episode 6 2022

Farmland Episode 6 2022

On this episode of Farmland, beef journalist Breifne O’Brien sits down with Willie Boland of Liffey Mills to discuss how...

May 10, 2022

Watch: Farmland – Finishing beef efficiently and land designations

Watch: Farmland – Finishing beef efficiently and land designations

The latest episode of Farmland is now live and discusses the best ways to finish cattle efficiently on meal and...

May 10, 2022

Farmland: Meal markets and land designation funding

Farmland: Meal markets and land designation funding

This week’s episode of Farmland, which will be broadcast tomorrow (Tuesday, May 10), hears from an industry stakeholder with advice...

May 9, 2022

Proposed silage support scheme welcome ‘but may not be enough’

Proposed silage support scheme welcome ‘but may not be enough’

The announcement of a silage support scheme that could see farmers paid €1,000 to grow the crop has been welcomed...

May 3, 2022

Designated land: Minister Noonan called on to reimburse farmers

Designated land: Minister Noonan called on to reimburse farmers

Minister of State with responsibility for heritage Malcolm Noonan has been called on to ensure farmers and landowners are “properly...

April 27, 2022

INHFA puts forward proposals to protect cattle and sheep trade

INHFA puts forward proposals to protect cattle and sheep trade

The Irish Natura and Hill Farmers Association (INHFA) has put forward a series of proposals aimed at safeguarding the cattle...

April 14, 2022

INHFA tells Tánaiste that designated farmers need ‘baseline payment’

INHFA tells Tánaiste that designated farmers need ‘baseline payment’

The Irish Natura and Hill Farmers’ Association (INHFA) has told Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar...

March 4, 2022

AECM: Farmers ‘won’t be accepted if they turn down cooperation stream’

AECM: Farmers ‘won’t be accepted if they turn down cooperation stream’

Farmers who turn down a place in the co-operation stream of the Agri-Environment Climate Measure (AECM) won’t be accepted into...

February 22, 2022