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Lower Neagh Bann Catchment Stakeholder Group Meeting 9 May 2012
Upper Neagh Bann Catchment Stakeholder Group Meeting 23 May 2012
Upper Neagh Bann Catchment Stakeholder Group Meeting 9 October 2012 - presentations from catchment officer, regional manager, Clogher angling club and Action for Biodiversity.
The results of a study to assess the numbers of tyres (new and used) arising on the island of Ireland and to determine as far as possible, how these are managed.
Carlingford and Mourne Catchment Stakeholder Group Meeting 23 October 2012
A ready reckoner to help calculate the amount of water used on a farm
The Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute, on DCAL's request, carried out a survey of pike in known spawning areas of Lower Lough Erne from 11 to 14 March 2013.
Guidance leaflets produced by the Agri-food Inspections Branch in relation to animal feed.
This page contains the link to the Bee Science Action Plan as agreed by the Implementation Group on 5 March 2013.
The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (DARD) has published the provisional figures for farm incomes in 2012.
This page contains the link to the Action Plan of the Risks from Pest, Diseases and Undesirable Species Sub-group as agreed by the Implementation Group on 5 March 2013.
This page contains the link to the Work Programme as set out by the Risks from Pests, Diseases and Undesirable Species Sub-group.
This page contains the link to the Competency Development Sub-group's Action Plan as agreed by the Implementation Group on 26 June 2012.
This page contains the Work Programme for the Competency Development Sub-group.
This page contains the link to the Bee Science Sub-group's Work Programme.
Application to transfer ownership or change name of a discharge consent for a private pumping station only (WO5)
Information and guidance in relation to the movement of all classes of livestock (cattle, goats, pigs and sheep) within Northern Ireland
Information and collated statistical analysis on the decline of red squirrels.
If you transport animals in connection with an economic activity for distances over 65 km (approx 40 miles) you will need a valid transporter authorisation. This application should be completed if your journey is over 65km and up to 8 hours long.
Please note that this is not an exhaustive guide to the legislation and has no legal standing. In case of doubt, please refer to the Horse Passports Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2010, Commission Regulation 504/2008/EC, or consult your legal adviser.