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CAP reform: Farm bodies tackle the controversial outstanding issues

A number of difficult questions remain on CAP reform and will dominate discussions in the coming months. Here, the five main Irish agriculture organisations give their views

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Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue, chatting with farmer Brendan Tobin Dungarven during his visit to Cahir Mart, Co Tipperary. Photo: John D Kelly

Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue, chatting with farmer Brendan Tobin Dungarven during his visit to Cahir Mart, Co Tipperary. Photo: John D Kelly

Graphics show the impact of the proposed CAP payment redistribution on farmers’ income from 2023. Source: DAFM

Graphics show the impact of the proposed CAP payment redistribution on farmers’ income from 2023. Source: DAFM

Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue must assess the impact of further convergence on farm incomes

Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue must assess the impact of further convergence on farm incomes

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Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue, chatting with farmer Brendan Tobin Dungarven during his visit to Cahir Mart, Co Tipperary. Photo: John D Kelly

1. Should Ireland implement capping at an effective rate of €66,000 or €100,000, or at a rate in between?

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