Saturday April 4, 2020

LETTERS to the editor

Anyone reading Richard Curran’s Glanbia article last Sunday could be forgiven for thinking that farmers didn’t know their own minds or their own businesses.

1st May, 2010

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Anyone reading Richard Curran’s Glanbia article last Sunday could be forgiven for thinking that farmers didn’t know their own minds or their own businesses.

As a commercial farmer, I want a say in how my industry and my farm develops. Farming may not be a high-margin business but, if it is properly developed, I -and thousands of other farmers like me - can maintain a job,...

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