Kirk, Seamus

Thursday, 13 October 2011

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 743 No. 3

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Common Agricultural Policy Reform Proposals: Statements

I thank Deputy Moynihan for affording me a few minutes to discuss this matter. It will be one of the more important debates that will be held in the Chamber during the next 18 months. The proposals w...More Button

The first observation, which I should have made earlier in my contribution, is that this is a classic case of the devil being in the detail. The teasing out of the detail of these proposals will be v...More Button

I refer to the individual farmer where the farm visit has taken place but the report has come back stating that the farm has to be redigitised. Clearly, there will be a delay in payments in that rega...More Button

Will the Minister give me a summarised answer?More Button

There are hold ups in the payments because of the reconciliation of the maps.More Button

I did not say that.More Button

A percentage of the payments would be behind.More Button

Perhaps the Minister might send some information notes on the questions I asked.More Button

Is the Minister considering an independent economic assessment of the reactivation of the sugar beet industry? There have been two feasibility studies from a commercial angle but has any consideratio...More Button

There is considerable acreage of horse training facilities. This does fall into the mainstream of agricultural activity.More Button

What about commonage?More Button

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