Elaine Byrne: Cheaper finance will make slaves of farmers
Banks and factories will have a much bigger stake in our agricultural sector
Check the back of your car licence. In Ireland, a licence to drive a car is automatically accompanied by the right to drive a tractor. No additional test is required.
If Pat Kenny so desired, he could swap his Dalkey to Stephen’s Green commute on his BMW C1 enclosed scooter for a 15,060lb Massey Ferguson 7600 Series with a 225 horsepower engine.
Scratch beneath the surface and we are a deeply soldered agricultural country. Farming...
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