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Ireland Weather Forecast: Friday
Friday will be mostly cloudy with scattered outbreaks of light rain or drizzle, mainly in the north and west. The best of any bright or sunny intervals will be close to the coasts of the south and southwest where it will be warmest with highest temperatures getting up to 19 to 21C. Humid elsewhere with highs under cloudier skies ranging between 15 and 18C, in moderate to fresh westerly winds.
Quinn Property - Moyne & Slieveroe, Tinahely, Co. Wicklow
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Quinn Property – Moyne & Slieveroe, Tinahely, Co. Wicklow
https://www.lslauctions.com/LotDetail-QUINN-1143474 Valuable C. 51 Acres With Hillrights For Sale By On-Line Auction On Wednesday 13th October At 12noon In Two Or Three Lots LOCATION:The lands are located between Tinahely and Aughrim, 10km from both, 3km from Askanagap village, 5km from Knockananna and 25km south of Arklow. Tinahely is a small town located in south Co. Wicklow with a good range of shops, services and primary school. It is 20km south…
€10m pilot soil sampling on farms launched
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€10m pilot soil sampling on farms launched
The Government has launched a €10m pilot soil sampling programme, which provides farmers with analysis for soil on their lands. The project aims to improve soil carbon, soil health and soil fertility. Launched by Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue, the programmes wants to develop a baseline national data at farm level and will start from October 2021. Soil sampling will provide farmers with soil specific nutrient management advice and assist with…
Sherry FitzGerald O'leary Kinsella - Kilcloran, Camolin, Co. Wexford
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Sherry FitzGerald O’leary Kinsella – Kilcloran, Camolin, Co. Wexford
https://www.lslauctions.com/LotDetail-SFOLK-1197901 Exceptional 24.89 acre agricultural holding situated on the edge of Camolin village. Comprising in the main of top quality tillage land and having good road frontage with several access points. The land is laid out in three fields with the two larger fields under stubble while the smaller one is in grass. A picturesque stream flows through the land providing a useful water supply. Mature boundaries and gently rolling…
BSE case discovered on an English farm
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BSE case discovered on an English farm
An animal on a farm on the southwest of England has tested positive for BSE. Routine surveillance testing picked up the classic BSE case in a dead animal. Classic BSE has been linked to animal feed of recycled animal by product. Investigations are continuing to discover the source of the disease and movement restrictions have been placed on the area. OIE, the global animal health organisation has defined England and…
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Ireland Weather Forecast: Thursday
Thursday will be dry in most areas, with some sunny spells in the southern half of the country. It will be cloudier further north, with some patchy drizzle, mainly in northern coastal counties. A little fresher than recent days, with a maximum temperature of 14 to 19C and moderate westerly breezes. Fresh at times near north and northwest coasts. LSL News.
Biomethane a sustainable solution for Irish farmers
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Biomethane a sustainable solution for Irish farmers
Agriculturally produced biomethane can be delivered sustainably and at scale can decarbonise the Irish energy system, according to Gas Networks Ireland. Farmers, developers and industry bodies were included in 270 interested parties at last week’s webinar. Ireland has the highest potential for biomethane production per capita in the EU according to the European Commission.  This provides a strong opportunity for Irish farmers to reduce agricultural emissions and develop a thriving…
British steakhouse in trouble for promoting Australian beef
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British steakhouse in trouble for promoting Australian beef
A British steakhouse chain has come under fire for promoting Australian beef in its restaurants. The National Beef Association (NBA) called the advert for the 12oz Australian steaks “short-sighted” and “crass.” The advertisement claimed the imported prime cuts from Queensland and New South Wales in its “Master Butcher’s Cut” from different parts of the world.  Neil Shand, NBA chief executive, questioned if imported beef can be fully traceable and said:…
Quinn Property - Holding at Kereight, Ballyhogue, Enniscorthy, Co.Wexford
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Quinn Property – Holding at Kereight, Ballyhogue, Enniscorthy, Co.Wexford
https://www.lslauctions.com/LotDetail-QUINN-1107194 The subject land is located 3km from the village of Ballyhogue, just off the Kiltealy to Wexford road, it is 12km south of Enniscorthy and 12km north of Wexford. Ballyhogue has primary school, church and shop, while Enniscorthy is based in the centre of Co. Wexford along the N11 Dublin to Rosslare route, c. 22 km north of Wexford town, c. 25 km south of Gorey and 105 km…
Ireland Weather Forecast: Tuesday
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Ireland Weather Forecast: Tuesday
Mostly a dry start today, with fog clearing and otherwise bright. Increasing cloud will bring patchy outbreaks of light rain and drizzle to the west coast. Remaining bright with sunshine in the east and southeast. Highest temperatures of 17 to 20C, in mostly moderate southwest breezes, increasing fresh to strong in the northwest during the afternoon. 
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Demand driving farm land sales in hotspot areas
Sales of most farm land in Ireland are fetching between €10,000 to €14,000 per acre.  According to auctioneers, reported hotspots with development potential near towns and good land in West Cork are making €14K to €20K an acre. Factors driving demand include the dramatic increase in the number of people working remotely on a permanent basis over the past eighteen months.  Auctioneers all over the country said the pressure point…
Farmers have until 30 November to register rights of way
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Farmers have until 30 November to register rights of way
Concerns have been raised over the imminent changes of how rights of way are registered. From 30 November new changes will mean that all private rights of way need to be registered before the deadline. However, it is estimated half of all rights of way remain unregistered. The Law Society of Ireland has sought a six-year extension to the introduction of the act, which was already delayed by nine years. …
Murtagh Bros - Dalystown, Mullingar, Co.Westmeath
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Murtagh Bros – Dalystown, Mullingar, Co.Westmeath
https://www.lslauctions.com/LotDetail-MURTAGH-1144642 Dalystown, Mullingar, N91 PH22, is an excellent c.75-acre non-residential farm all in permanent pasture with extensiveroad frontage to two roads less than 5 miles from Tyrrellspass Village just off the N52 Limerick – Dundalk Road. Lands:The lands are laid out in neat sheltered divisions, well fenced with a small yard with cattle crush. Directions:From Mullingar take the N52 Tullamore Road, approx. c.10 km turn right at sign for Kilbeggan…
Coonan Property - Ballymaice, Bohernabreena, Co.Dublin
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Coonan Property – Ballymaice, Bohernabreena, Co.Dublin
https://www.lslauctions.com/LotDetail-COONAN-1146716 Well located lands to the southern side of Ballymana Lane and to the northern side of Ballymaice Lane• Two interconnecting parcels of land• Lot 1 – 16.21 acres (6.56 ha) including a single storey cottage at Ballymaice• Lot 2 – 46.48 acres (18.82 ha) including a derelict cottage at Ballymana• Lot 3 – The Entire• Good quality pasture set out in multiple divisions with uninterrupted views of Dublin City•…
Raymond Potterton - Parsonstown, Lobinstown, Navan, Co. Meath
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Raymond Potterton – Parsonstown, Lobinstown, Navan, Co. Meath
https://www.lslauctions.com/LotDetail-RAYMON-1143067 c. 21.5 ACRES (8.70 HECTARES) A super block of land all under permanent pasture. The lands have excellent frontage to a high quality cul de sac road and the elevated location would be a particularly attractive location for the construction of a residence subject to the necessary planning permission being acquired. The lands are entirely under high quality permanent pasture and enclosed by mature hedgerows. A high quality steel…
€5 billion Brexit fund agreed by MEPs
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€5 billion Brexit fund agreed by MEPs
MEPs have overwhelmingly voted in favour of the €5 billion Brexit Adjustment Reserve with one fifth of the amount being allocated to Ireland. The European Parliament and the European Council agreed on the reserve fund which was supported by a majority of MEPs. There were 652 votes in favour, 32 against and 11 abstentions.  Parliament confirmed Ireland would be the largest beneficiary “by far” with €1billion being allocated. Netherlands will…
UK Government postpones plan for border controls
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UK Government postpones plan for border controls
The UK Government has announced plans to delay introducing full import controls for goods being imported from the EU.  New guidance revised the timeline to allow businesses more time to prepare for new controls that will be phased in next year.  Full customs declarations and controls will come into effect on January 1 2022, which includes requirements for pre-notification of Sanitary and Phytosanitary (SPS) goods.  Safety and security declarations are…
Warning to 'armchair farmers' to use entitlements or they will be withdrawn
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Warning to ‘armchair farmers’ to use entitlements or they will be withdrawn
The Department of Agriculture is considering phasing out the leasing of entitlements by introducing a ‘use them or lose’ them system. The plan would end the practice of ‘armchair’ farming and put entitlements in the hands of active and younger farmers. Leasing entitlements have increased from 2,870 in 2015 to 14,348 last year.  Once the current CAP programme ends next year only genuine farmers would benefit from CAP payments.  The…
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Ireland Weather: Thursday
Thursday will start off dry in many areas with bright or sunny spells over the eastern half of the country. Patchy rain, drizzle and mist will affect Atlantic coastal areas. The rain and drizzle will become more persistent in the west and northwest as the day goes on, but it should stay mostly dry. Highest temperatures of 17 to 20C with moderate southerly breezes. LSL NEWS.