Chairman of new beef group blasts ‘irrelevant’ IFA Threat to cut off cattle sales to factories in price row
The chairman of a new beef farmers movement has said that it is the new voice for the sector instead of the “irrelevant” Irish Farmers Association (IFA).
The rise of Beef Plan Ireland is a threat to the IFA’s dominance, with farmers turning out for its meetings at marts around the country.
Its chairman Eamon Corley, who is a suckler-cow farmer in Meath, said the IFA had lost the support of beef farmers, who...
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