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  • Additional Support For New Entrants To Dairying


    Junior Agriculture Minister and Clare T.D., Tony Killeen has confirmed plans by the Department of Agriculture to allocate the second of five annual increases of one per cent in milk quotas agreed under the so-called "health check" of the CAP reform.


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Wed Feb 24 2010)
  • Funding For Cattle And Sheep Breeding Initiatives


    Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Tony Killeen, T.D., has welcomed the allocation 1.5 million euro under the National Development Plan to the Irish Cattle Breeding Federation (ICBF) for a range of beef, dairy and sheep breed improvement projects.


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Wed Feb 24 2010)
  • Clare Farmers Receive EUR45m Under Farm Waste Management Scheme


    Payments totalling more than 45 million euro have been issued to County Clare farmers under the Farm Waste Management Scheme during the last five years, according to Junior Agriculture Minister Tony Killeen.


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Wed Jan 27 2010)
  • Green Light For Revised Rural Development Programme


    Junior Agriculture Minister Tony Killeen says this week’s decision by the EU Rural Development Management Committee to approve Ireland's revised Rural Development Programme (RDP) will bring significant environmental benefits to farms across Clare.


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Wed Jan 20 2010)
  • Clare Farmers To Receive Farm Waste Management Scheme Payments


    Tony Killeen T.D., Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, has confirmed that the Department has authorised payment of EUR190 million in respect of the second tranche of grant payments of 40 per cent under the Farm Waste Management Scheme.


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Thu Jan 14 2010)
  • Farmers In Suckler Welfare Scheme Must Register Calf Births


    Junior Agriculture Minister Tony Killeen T.D. has reminded all Clare farmers in the Suckler Welfare Scheme that they are required to use the Animal Events System to register calf births from 1 January 2010.


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Wed Jan 06 2010)
  • Killeen Welcomes Relaunch Of Organic Farming Scheme


    A scheme that has provided financial assistance to organic farmers throughout County Clare since 2007 has been relaunched following a review by the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.


    Company: Dunphy PR
    (Filed: Wed Jan 06 2010)
  • ILDEX Vietnam 2010 is ready to aid Vietnam’s dairy industry overhaul


    ILDEX Vietnam 2010 is ready to fulfill the need for better dairy technology in anticipation of rising local demand for dairy products. World leaders are set to showcase the latest technology and business solutions at the show on March 25-27, 2010 at SECC in HCMC, Vietnam.


    Company: N.C.C. Exhibition Organizer Co., Ltd.,
    (Filed: Mon Jan 04 2010)
  • Minister Of State Killeen Launches ‘Forestry & Timber Yearbook 2010’


    Tony Killeen TD, Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, with responsibility for Forestry, today officially launched the ‘Forestry & Timber Yearbook 2010’, the annual yearbook published by the Irish Timber Growers Association (ITGA).


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Thu Dec 17 2009)
  • Killeen Welcomes Introduction Of Dairy Efficiency Programme


    Junior Agriculture Minister Tony Killeen has welcomed the announcement of a new three-year Dairy Efficiency Programme under which EUR18 million will be spent in encouraging significant efficiency gains on Irish dairy farms.


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Wed Dec 16 2009)
  • Closing Date For Fodder Aid Scheme Is Extended


    County Clare farmers affected by recent serious flooding have until the end of this week to submit applications for assistance under the Aid Scheme for Damaged Fodder, Junior Agriculture Minister Tony Killeen has confirmed.


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Mon Dec 14 2009)
  • Clare Farmers Urged To Return REPS 3 Forms


    Junior Agriculture Minister, Tony Killeen, T.D., has reminded Clare REPS 3 participants whose anniversaries arise in November and December and who have yet to return their 1C forms to do so immediately to ensure that they are processed for early payment.


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Wed Dec 02 2009)
  • UAE Market Reopened To Irish EU Beef


    Junior Agriculture Minister and Clare T.D., Mr. Tony Killeen has warmly welcomed the decision by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Government to lift its 8-year-old ban on the importation of Irish beef.


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Mon Nov 16 2009)
  • Good Practice Standard For Two Clare Farmers Markets


    Mr. Tony Killeen T.D., Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food has warmly welcomed the award of the Farmers' Markets Good Practice Standard to two County Clare markets in the first round of applications.


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Thu Oct 22 2009)
  • 14 Million Litres Allocated To Dairy Farmers Under New Entrants Scheme


    Junior Agriculture Minister and Fianna Fail T.D. for Clare, Tony Killeen said the news that 70 new entrants to dairying have each been allocated a milk quota of 200,000 litres under the New Entrants Scheme augurs well for the future of the Irish dairy sector.


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Fri Oct 02 2009)
  • EU Agriculture Ministers To Discuss Supports For Dairy Market


    Junior Agriculture Minister and Fianna Fail T.D. for Clare, Tony Killeen has welcomed the decision of the European Union’s Agriculture Ministers to meet on October 5th next to discuss the introduction of additional measures to support and stimulate the dairy sector.


    Company: Dunphy PR
    (Filed: Thu Sep 24 2009)
  • New Animal Welfare Guidelines Are Launched


    The Farm Animal Welfare Advisory Council (FAWAC) today launched a new booklet entitled 'Animal Welfare Guidelines for Managing Acutely Injured Livestock on Farm'.


    Company: Dunphy PR
    (Filed: Thu Sep 17 2009)
  • Chemical Fertilisers Spreading Period Is Extended


    County Clare farmers have been buoyed by the news that the period for the spreading of chemical fertilisers has been extended until Monday 28th September 2009.


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Wed Sep 16 2009)
  • Brucellosis-Testing Programme Is Scaled Down


    Junior Agriculture Minister, Mr. Tony Killeen T.D., has said that the brucellosis-testing programme will be scaled down over the next two years following the recent European Commission decision granting Ireland officially brucellosis-free status.


    Company: Dunphy PR
    (Filed: Thu Sep 10 2009)
  • First Official Report Of Equine Piroplasmosis In Ireland


    Junior Agriculture Minister, Mr. Tony Killeen T.D., today confirmed that the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food has identified the occurrence of equine Piroplasmosis in a number of thoroughbred horses in an equine facility in county Meath.


    Company: Dunphy PR
    (Filed: Tue Sep 08 2009)
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