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” Healy was speaking to his local radio station C103, following his election but did outline concerns for the future of Macra and the younger population in rural Ireland.
With more and more people moving to urban areas, major towns and cities, he said, rural decline is continuing to happen.
He said that it is one of the biggest challenges facing farming and rural communities.
Like all the good ones, the Reeves’ idea was hatched over a couple of pints.
Listen back to what James Healy had to say below: earlier this week, Healy said that the beginning of his term would be focused on continuing the work undertaken during recent months on Macra na Feirme’s CAP 2020 Policy Paper – with a focus on securing as much as possible for young Irish farmers in Europe.
When asked about the recent poll, which showed that 58% of Macra members surveyed believed that direct payments post-2020 should be production-based rather than area-based, Healy said: “While I understand this view, it is not the Commission’s policy and we must take everything into account.
Now his friends joke that if women will be there so will Tillman.
Agriculture producers such as Tillman, by their nature, go beyond the traditional 9-to-5 job in a cubicle.
Newly-elected Macra na Feirme President James Healy from Donoughmore in Co.