Non-farmers can't ignore fodder crisis

Non-farmers can't ignore fodder crisis
'We are now far removed from the primary producers of our food'. Pic: RollingNews.ie

For some, the fodder crisis seems about as remote as being attacked by a Russian nerve agent, but Ireland remains an agrarian nation, with food production providing massive exports and creating jobs

We are now so removed from the primary producers of our food that we care less and less about how they battle the elements, and how they are at the mercies of the weather in trying to put food on our tables. Literally, their business, their whole income stream, relies on whether the wind blows or whether the sun shines. Business people generally are able to control a number of factors influencing their costs...

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