The bank’s previous fund of €500 million, which was launched in April 2014, has seen more than 90 per cent drawn-down by farming customers, AIB said in a statement.

“We are very conscious that 2015 has been a mixed year for farming, with volatility a constant feature of the agri business generally. With the consistent decline in milk prices, and another low year of margins in the pig sector, we know that farmers may be...

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