1. C

    Vet threat.

    Farmers will get free veterinarian visits as part of a Brexit dividend, the Environment Secretary will announce this week. Annual check-ups for two to three hours will be paid for by the Government and will cover cattle, sheep and pigs. George Eustice told The Mail on Sunday: ‘Too often...
  2. R

    Class Q

    When class Q planning was introduced l believe that it was for redundant farm buildings. I am now told the redundant bit is no longer necessary, is this correct? After applying for this planning ,when an inspection takes place by the planners,does the building have to be completely empty and...
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    Coping with stress workshops for NI poultry farmers

    Written by Agriland Team from Agriland Northern Ireland Minister for Agriculture Edwin Poots has today (Thursday, February 17) announced a series of free workshops to help poultry keepers cope with the pressures of farming. The Coping with the Pressures of Farming workshops will be delivered...
  4. jondear


    With tomorrow's forecast !Who is checking it still works? Ours still does !Just realized it's been 3 years since fired it up!
  5. ColinV6

    GMB - Should schools ban meat.

    Well that’s my nice relaxing breakfast hour ruined as I turn on the TV and see an article being discussed about meat being banned in schools, and one school in Lancashire already has done so. Jesus wept!!!
  6. Adeptandy


    Anyone watching ?
  7. Agriland RSS

    Poultry companies fined after employee sustained life-changing crush injuries

    Written by Bernie Commins from Agriland Two Northern Ireland (NI) poultry companies have been prosecuted for health and safety failings that resulted in an employee receiving life-changing crush injuries. The prosecution involving Armagh-based companies - Moy Park Limited and Victor Foster...