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  • Minister Killeen Reports On Current Milk Super Levy Situation


    The Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries & Food, Tony Killeen TD, has announced that based on estimated milk deliveries as submitted by milk purchasers for the period up to 31 July 2009, Ireland is 6.73% under quota when account is taken of the butterfat content of milk deliveries during the same period.


    Company: Dunphy PR
    (Filed: Thu Aug 27 2009)
  • Wood Costs Were 53% of the Total Production Costs for Pulp Mills Worldwide in the 1Q/09, Reports the


    The largest cost component when manufacturing wood pulp is the cost of wood fiber. In the 1Q/09, this cost was 53% of the total production cost worldwide. Both the relative and nominal cost of wood have declined the past year; wood fiber costs in the 2Q/09 were at their lowest levels in over two years, according to the Wood Resource Quarterly.


    Company: Wood Resources International LLC
    (Filed: Wed Aug 26 2009)
  • REPS Slurry Spreading Period Extended


    Clare’s REPS farmers unable to spread slurry on their land due to the recent poor weather conditions have been buoyed by a six-week extension of the REPS slurry-spreading period.


    Company: Dunphy PR
    (Filed: Tue Aug 25 2009)
  • Closing Date Nears For Submissions To Organic Farming Scheme Review


    Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Mr. Tony Killeen, T.D., has reminded stakeholders in the organic sector and the general public that the deadline for submissions to the review of the Organic Farming Scheme is Friday, 4 September.


    Company: Dunphy PR
    (Filed: Wed Aug 19 2009)
  • Killeen Welcomes Public Consultation On CAP


    Junior Agriculture Minister and Clare T.D., Mr. Tony Killeen has welcomed the commencement of a public consultation process on the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) post 2013.


    Company: Dunphy PR
    (Filed: Mon Jul 27 2009)
  • Clare Equine Industry Reminded About New Identification Requirements


    Mr. Tony Killeen, Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, has reminded the equine industry in County Clare of the new requirements on equine identification that are scheduled to come into force this Wednesday (1 July 2009).


    Company: Dunphy PR
    (Filed: Mon Jun 29 2009)
  • Minister Killeen Launches RDS Forest Service Irish Forestry Awards 2009


    Mr. Tony Killeen TD, Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food with responsibility for forestry, this week officially launched the RDS-Forest Service Irish Forestry Awards for 2009 at the home of Mr. Joe Barry in Co. Kildare.


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Tue Jun 16 2009)
  • Dramm Introduces Dean Mraz

     

    Dramm welcomes Dean Mraz to the team as the new Commercial Customer Service Representative.


    Company: Dramm Corporation
    (Filed: Mon Feb 16 2009)
  • Minister Killeen Welcomes Creation Of Animal Health Ireland


    The newly launched Animal Health Ireland (AHI) initiative will help improve the quality of Irish farm and processor outputs as well as animal health, according to Minister of State and Clare T.D. Tony Killeen.


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Wed Jan 28 2009)
  • Clare Farmers Set To Receive First Payments Under REPS 4


    The Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries & Food, Tony Killeen TD, has reminded Clare farmers that the first payments in REPS 4 will be made next week.


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Wed Jan 21 2009)
  • EUR1.5 Billion EU Proposal For Rural Development


    Minister for State at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Tony Killeen T.D. has welcomed a move by European Commissioner Mariann Fischer Boel to provide additional funding for rural development.


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Tue Jan 20 2009)
  • Minister Killeen Reports On Current Milk Super Levy Situation


    The Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries & Food, Tony Killeen TD, has announced that based on estimated milk deliveries as submitted by Milk Purchasers for the period up to 31st December 2008, Ireland is 3.53% under quota when account is taken of the butterfat content of milk deliveries during the same period.


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Tue Jan 20 2009)
  • Wood Costs Fell For Many Pulpmills Worldwide in the 3Q 2008, Reports WRQ


    Wood fiber costs, the cost component that often determines a pulp manufacturer’s competitiveness, fell for the first time in many years in practically all major pulp-producing regions around the world in the 3Q/08, according to the market report Wood Resource Quarterly (WRQ). This drop was the result of two main factors: a strengthening US dollar against most major currencies combined with a reduced demand for pulpwood.


    Company: Wood Resources International
    (Filed: Wed Jan 14 2009)
  • Bioenergy Scheme Reminder To Farmers


    Mr Tony Killeen TD, Minister for Fisheries and Forestry, today reminded farmers that they have until 3Oth January 2009 to submit applications under the third phase of the Bioenergy Scheme.


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Mon Jan 05 2009)
  • Arrangements For Lodgement Of Claims Under Farm Waste Management Scheme


    Junior Agriculture Minister Tony Killeen has reminded Clare farmers of the need to lodge payment claims with local Agriculture, Environment & Structures (AES) Offices of its Department on or before Wednesday 31 December 2008.


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Sat Dec 27 2008)
  • US Boost For Clare’s Agri-Food Exporters


    Minister of State and Clare T.D., Tony Killeen has said that the opening of a new Bord Bia office in New York will help consolidate the lucrative US market for County Clare’s agri-food exporters.


    Company: Dunphy Public Relations
    (Filed: Fri Nov 14 2008)
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