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Preparing for Brexit

Preparing for Brexit

The decision of the UK to leave the EU will result in changes, both here in Ireland and also for our EU partners. For information and guidance on preparedness, new rules for trading with the UK and a range of Government supports, go to our dedicated Brexit information pages.

Publication and Exhibition on EIP/locally led Environmental schemes launched

Publication and Exhibition on EIP/locally led Environmental schemes launched

An exhibition and publication was launched on Thursday 17th April in Agriculture House highlighting the wide variety of projects being undertaken under by the Department's EIP/locally-led schemes in Ireland.

Condition Orange Forest Fire Warning

Condition Orange Forest Fire Warning

A condition Orange Fire Danger Rating is in place from 1200hrs on Thursday 18th April until 1200hrs on Tuesday 23rd April in all areas where hazardous fuels such as gorse, heather, dried grasses and other dead vegetation exist.

Countrywide Clinics for 2019 BPS Online Applications

Countrywide Clinics for 2019 BPS Online Applications

Basic Payment Scheme Online Clinics are once more taking place around the country where farmers can meet one to one with a member of our staff and make their BPS application there and then.

Market Access - Export Information

Market Access - Export Information

This portal brings together information on the full range of open international markets and products, and the relevant certification conditions, in a user-friendly format for exporters.

Guide to importing Animals and Animal Products from the UK post-Brexit

Guide to importing Animals and Animal Products from the UK post-Brexit

If you trade with the UK in animals or animal products (such as meat, dairy products or fishery products), there are steps you can take now to ensure that any potential disruptions to your business are reduced.

Trading in Plants and Plant produce with the UK

Trading in Plants and Plant produce with the UK

After the UK leaves the EU, traders of certain plants (such as trees, flowers or vegetables) or plant products (such as fruit, foliage or timber) must be registered with the Department and must prepare accompanying documents to be inspected as required.