Anglo-North Irish Fish Producers' Organisation: Category C (Licence Type 411)
This page provides advice and guidance for Cross-Compliance in 2020
Disease maps and control compartments for NI shellfish
The new Plant Health Regulations extends the use of plant passports to all plants for planting. It also sets out a new format for plant passports.
Animal feed statistics are based on surveys and provide information on the quantities of feed used in Northern Ireland on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis.
The purpose of this publication is to integrate evidence from across government in order to:
An area within the EU can be recognized as a protected zone (PZ) for a specific quarantine pest by the European Commission if the pest is present in a part of the EU territory but not in others.
The US-Ireland Research and Development Partnership, launched in July 2006, is an innovative and pioneering initiative involving funding agencies across three jurisdictions: United States of America, Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
The stakeholder engagement was conducted during the twelve week period 4 July to 30 September 2019. A total of 13 responses were received. The names of the respondents are listed alphabetically.
The review of the implementation of the 2011 Act, in 2015, recommended that DAERA should publish an annual report setting out information in relation to the animal welfare service.
Yield and Production Estimates for the main cereal crops and potatoes are provided below. The estimates for cereal yields are taken from a post-harvest survey of 235 growers.
This press release presents final results of the Northern Ireland Agricultural Census for June 2019.
Pollution Reduction Programmes (now Shellfish Action Plans) were established under Article 5 of the Shellfish Waters Directive (2006/113/EC) which stated that all Member States should establish programmes in order to reduce pollution in
Statistics provided by the Veterinary Service Animal Health Group of the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) in relation to the testing for and, incidence of, Tuberculosis in Cattle.
This guidance invites the general public, where they may have witnessed or have concerns about alleged wrongdoing, corruption, fraud and malpractice in the Department of Agriculture, Environment & Rural Affairs (DAERA) to make their concerns k
This newsletter, which will be published biannually, will be an important means for the Department to communicate key information on the CAP Reform Pillar I (land payments) and Pillar II (Rural Development Programme) schemes to farmers.
Successful Projects within the DAFM/DAERA Competitive Research Call 2015,2017 & 2019.
General poultry licences in place from 13 December 2019.
Please find the AI specific licenses letter below.
LPAI trade table