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Irish poultry decimated by imports

Sales of chicken are booming, but the Irish poultry industry is in a state of crisis because of ‘crazy EU rules’.

13th September, 2008

Sales of chicken are booming, but the Irish poultry industry is in a state of crisis because of ‘crazy EU rules’.

Vincent Carton’s family business has survived wars, recessions, political upheavals and even a famine. His ancestors first started dealing in chickens in the early 1800s, and the company has been controlled by a Carton ever since.

Given the family heritage, it is not in Carton’s nature to be fazed by...

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