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  • Beef farmers reluctant to sign up to Beef Genomics Scheme – Ó Cuív | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
    only 10 542 herd owners have submitted genotype samples to the laboratory More than 27 000 farmers applied for the scheme but many have not followed up with the required lab and paperwork Not only has the Minister failed to meet his own target of 35 000 farmers on board with the scheme those who have applied are being turned off because of the large volume of paperwork and specimen requirements It is quite obvious from this data that there are still a lot of farmers who are very sceptical about the scheme and are particularly concerned about possible penalties in years to come A budget of 300m has been allocated for the programme over the next six years however this information would indicate that less than 10m will be spent on the scheme this year Minister Coveney needs to seriously re evaluate the programme It is not working in its current form Targets are already being missed and farmers are not being incentivised to take part in it These figures should act as a wake up call for the Minister I am urging him to undertake a review of the scheme in order to get more farmers to participate

    Original URL path: http://www.eamonocuiv.ie/blog/2015/11/05/beef-farmers-reluctant-to-sign-up-to-beef-genomics-scheme-ff/?shared=email&msg=fail (2016-02-16)
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  • Government must prioritise implementation of new EU financial credit fund to Irish farmers – FF | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
    for farmers and other rural businesses in EU member states Deputy Ó Cuív commented We welcome any initiative at European level that will help Irish farmers secure an increased credit line The government must immediately prioritise the implementation of this new EU financial instrument so that farmers across the country can draw down these funds It is vital that this funding source is used for new investments to generate jobs and growth in the Irish rural economy in the years ahead The fund has the potential to regenerate the agriculture industry by encouraging young people back into the sector It can also be used to help finance rural start ups and agri enterprises which are vitally needed in the economic recovery of the rural Ireland Over the past four years Fine Gael and Labour have set about dismantling a wide range of programmes and initiatives in rural Ireland which had been established by the previous administration It is now more important than ever that this new EU funding model is urgently implemented to help ease access to finance for Irish farmers and rural entrepreneurs in order to grow employment in the sector Share this Facebook Twitter Email Éamon s Newsletter

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  • admin | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
    the European Commission and the European Investment Bank The EU financial credit mechanism aims to help ease access to finance for farmers and other rural businesses in EU member states Deputy Ó Cuív commented We welcome any initiative at European level that will help Irish farmers secure an increased credit line The government must immediately prioritise the implementation of this new EU financial instrument so that farmers across the country can draw down these funds It is vital that this funding source is used for new investments to generate jobs and growth in the Irish rural economy in the years ahead The fund has the potential to regenerate the agriculture industry by encouraging young people back into the sector It can also be used to help finance rural start ups and agri enterprises which are vitally needed in the economic recovery of the rural Ireland Over the past four years Fine Gael and Labour have set about dismantling a wide range of programmes and initiatives in rural Ireland which had been established by the previous administration It is now more important than ever that this new EU funding model is urgently implemented to help ease access to finance for Irish

    Original URL path: http://www.eamonocuiv.ie/ga/blog/author/admin/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Agriculture | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
    the European Commission and the European Investment Bank The EU financial credit mechanism aims to help ease access to finance for farmers and other rural businesses in EU member states Deputy Ó Cuív commented We welcome any initiative at European level that will help Irish farmers secure an increased credit line The government must immediately prioritise the implementation of this new EU financial instrument so that farmers across the country can draw down these funds It is vital that this funding source is used for new investments to generate jobs and growth in the Irish rural economy in the years ahead The fund has the potential to regenerate the agriculture industry by encouraging young people back into the sector It can also be used to help finance rural start ups and agri enterprises which are vitally needed in the economic recovery of the rural Ireland Over the past four years Fine Gael and Labour have set about dismantling a wide range of programmes and initiatives in rural Ireland which had been established by the previous administration It is now more important than ever that this new EU funding model is urgently implemented to help ease access to finance for Irish

    Original URL path: http://www.eamonocuiv.ie/ga/blog/category/agriculture/ (2016-02-16)
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  • 1916Launch | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
    News Press Releases Photos Clinics Connect Blog Select Page Temp image 2 by admin Feb 26 2015 More descriptive text Next Entries Éamon s Newsletter Email Address Search Search for Side menu Register to Vote Social Media Connect Clinics Contact Me Constituency Office Éamon Ó Cuív T D Kirwin House Flood St Galway eamon ocuiv oir ie Tel 091 562846 Fax 091 562844 Navigate Home Profile Team Fianna Fáil Clinics

    Original URL path: http://www.eamonocuiv.ie/blog/project_category/1916launch/page/2/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Fianna Fáil (ga) | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
    its thinking Fianna Fáil aims to unite all in a common identity of self confident Irish men and women in a dynamic vibrant prosperous nation Fianna Fáil s aims To secure in peace and agreement the unity of Ireland and its people To develop in a distinctive national life in accordance with the diverse traditions and ideals of the Irish people as part of a broader European culture and to restore and promote the Irish language as a living language of the people To guarantee religious and civil liberty and equal rights equal treatment and equal opportunities for all the people of Ireland To develop the resources and wealth of Ireland to their full potential while making them subservient to the needs and welfare of all the people of Ireland so as to provide the maximum sustainable employment based on fostering a spirit of enterprise and self reliance and on social partnership To protect the natural environment and heritage of Ireland to ensure a balance between town and country and between the regions and to maintain as many families as practicable on the land To promote the family and a wider sense of social responsibility and to uphold the rule of law in the interest of the welfare and safety of the public To maintain the status of Ireland as a sovereign state as a full member of the European Union and the United Nations contributing to peace disarmament and development on the basis of Ireland s independent foreign policy tradition To reform the laws and institutions of State to make them efficient humane caring and responsive to the needs of the citizen Joining a political party is a great way of getting involved in your community and expanding your social network Join Fianna Fáil If you wish to become

    Original URL path: http://www.eamonocuiv.ie/ga/fiannafail/?shared=email&msg=fail (2016-02-16)
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  • Hello world! | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
    at 2 16 pm Hi this is a comment To delete a comment just log in and view the post s comments There you will have the option to edit or delete them Éamon s Newsletter Email Address Search Search for Side menu Register to Vote Social Media Connect Clinics Contact Me Constituency Office Éamon Ó Cuív T D Kirwin House Flood St Galway eamon ocuiv oir ie Tel 091

    Original URL path: http://www.eamonocuiv.ie/blog/2015/02/22/hello-world/?shared=email&msg=fail (2016-02-16)
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  • FiannaFail | Éamon Ó Cuív TD
    Submit a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment Notify me of follow up comments by email Notify me of new posts by email Éamon s Newsletter Email Address Search Search for Side menu Connect Register to Vote Clinics Privacy Policy Home Contact Contact Me Constituency Office Éamon Ó Cuív T D Kirwin House Flood St Galway eamon ocuiv

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