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The Department of Agriculture and Department of Housing have announced a one-month extension to the deadline by which derogation farmers must have 50% of the their slurry spread.

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IFA Environment Chairman, Thomas Cooney has restated his call on Agriculture Minister Michael Creed to increase the grant rate available for low emissions slurry spreading equipment to at least 60%.

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IFA Environment Chairman Thomas Cooney, has called on the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Local Government to review their plans to introduce an inspection regime for farmers who need to manage manures over the winter.

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Farmers who cannot spread slurry ahead of the October 15th deadline due to heavy rainfall in parts of the country may apply to avail of flexibility.

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Farmers in GLAS who have the low emission slurry spreading action included in their GLAS plan must complete and return an annual declaration by November 15th in order to be eligible for payment.

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