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Price back on the table as new beef body gets to work

It is now believed that farmers at up to 11 meat factories have removed their blockades or have indicated their intention to do so

Daniel Murray

Business Reporter

@danieltmurray
22nd September, 2019

Ireland’s first producer organisation (PO) for beef farmers made contact with five major Irish meat processors last week in a significant move that could finally allow for negotiations on the base price of cattle.

The move came as a growing number of beef protests ended over the weekend. It is now believed that farmers at up to 11 meat factories have removed their blockades or have indicated their intention to do so. According...

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