Goodman Uncovered: IFA be warned - when it comes to battles, Goodman has form

It’s all or nothing for the mercurial beef baron as he moves to consolidate his control of the industry

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Ian Kehoe

11th September, 2016
Larry Goodman: remains hands-on at 79 Pic: The Farmers Journal

Slaney Foods, the Irish beef processing business built by the Allen brothers, is stationed in Clohamon, a picture perfect part of Co Wexford between Enniscorthy and Bunclody. Tucked away behind a sentry of manicured trees, there is no sense of what actually happens inside the slaughter house. Most people simply drive by it without notice. The plant, however, has become a lightening rod in a fierce battle between one of Ireland’s most powerful tycoons and...

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