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Tuesday, August 20, 2019
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Met Eireann has issued a Status Yellow rainfall warning for the entire country. A spell of heavy rain this evening and tonight will lead to rainfall accumulations of 25 to 40mm. Spot flooding is...
The Beef Plan Movement has stepped-up its demonstrations as the campaign enters its second week.An increased number of demonstrators have been protesting outside a number of beef processing plants including those in Co Tipperary.It is the second...
The Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine has today issued a Condition Red Forest Fire Danger Rating Notice in advance of further heatwave forecasts for the remainder of the week.  Condition Red is the highest level and is rare...
Tipperary town is coming to terms with the news that as many as 70 jobs, both direct and indirect, have been lost at the McDonald mushroom factory in Tipperary which has gone into receivership. Staff were informed of the decision...
A county Tipperary TD has said that he is concerned that Britain’s decision to leave the EU could present problems for Ireland’s beef trade with the UK. Britain is a key trading partner when it comes to the Irish...
Co Tipperary farmers are being urged to take a few minutes out of the working day to consider how safe their working conditions are. Today is IFA National Farm Safety Awareness Day.  Its aim is to get farm families to...
The ABP food group has secured the first deal to supply beef to the US since a 15-year ban was lifted a year ago. The food group, which operates plants in Cahir and Nenagh will source beef...
Government ministers were in Co. Tipperary today announcing a €35 million investment in two new dairy innovation investments. €25 million is to be invested in what is termed as a Dairy Processing Technology Centre.  This will comprise a number of...
A Co Tpperary TD has demanded that the Minister for Agriculture step in to resolve the ongoing beef crisis which he says is putting the livelihood of many farmers at risk. Michael Lowry was...
Today is the first National Farm Safety Awareness Day. The Irish Farmers Association is asking all farm families to set aside time to review safety on their farm. Fourteen lives have already been lost in farm accidents, which is a 70%...
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