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# Agriculture

All time
Farmers warned not to start fires on their land
Coveney to dairy farmers: You're (still) producing too much milk
Keep your dogs under control or sheep farmers may shoot them
Counting sheep: did you know the sheep census was a thing?
Where's the beef? Lebanon, actually*
NUI Galway develops vitamin-rich crop to combat malnutrition in Africa
Over €12.5 billion committed to agriculture over the next seven years
Over 3,000 horses seized over welfare concerns last year
Irish farmers are taking selfies for a Facebook competition
Price of potatoes drops by almost a third in one year
USA to loosen restrictions on imports of EU beef
Bloodstocks in the Middle East and life-sciences on the East Coast: Ministers on tour
Ireland really is the garden of Europe, survey finds
In pictures: Day one of the National Ploughing Championships
Plan to increase Ireland's agricultural output could cause harm to environment
Going to the ploughing? Don't bring a sat-nav say gardaí
Coveney back in Brussels to discuss CAP reforms (again)
Most industries plan to hire more staff, but overall employment to drop in Q4
Peru's coca growers being encouraged to switch to... coffee plants
Almost 1 in 2 men who took their own lives had worked in construction
Drones not just for spying - they spot ancient ruins too
'Effective meetings' and 'retirement planning' among Dept's €750k spend on training
1,000 tonnes of New Zealand dairy recalled in botulism scare
Australia wants our tree surgeons and sheep shearers
Irish horses directly exported to China – but not for slaughter
Gulf countries lift ban on Irish meat
Progress made on CAP reform as Luxembourg meetings continue
PHOTOS: Farmers mount Kildare St protest over CAP reforms
Decision time: Talks resume on CAP reform in final push for deal
Sitdown Sunday: 7 Deadly Reads
Column: Here's why the farmers are protesting on the streets of Ireland
Niall Madigan
Fine Gael TD Tom Hayes is the new junior agriculture minister
Tractors, dogs and sandwiches: 5,000 farmers protest in Dublin
Minister 'energised and determined' to get good deal for Irish farmers
€4.4m to assist horticulture producers after 'exceptionally wet weather'
Column: We need to plan for a realistic, sustainable future in order to survive
Gerry Crilly
20 per cent increase in dead animals as fodder crisis deepens
Column: Hunger and the horsemeat scandal, both the consequences of inequality
Richard Manton
Glanbia in €157 million investment for major new dairy facility
"One moment off-balance and my leg was gone"