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Letters to the Editor

The Farmers Journal is dedicated to providing the most up to date and informative farming news in Ireland. In our letters to the Editor section we ask to hear from you.
"Carcase weight on rubber" - Irish Farmers Journal article 7th January - PJ Burke, Sales Director, Easyfix.
By Letters to the Editor on 19 January 2017
"Minister Creed and his Department must ensure a strong live export trade for all our livestock" - Angus Woods, IFA national livestock chair.
By Letters to the Editor on 12 January 2017
"Truth be told, the Co-op shares in their current form have proven to be nothing but a liability to us farmers." - Name and address with the Editor.
By Letters to the Editor on 12 January 2017
Why is there no screening of equine imports into Ireland when the Dept of Agriculture has such stringent pre and post testing of bovine imports? Harold McGahern, by email
By Letters to the Editor on 05 January 2017
"Does the Government know what is going on? If they don’t, then we have a serious problem." - Edmond Phelan, Beef Chairman, Irish Cattle & Sheep Farmers Association, ICSA.
By Letters to the Editor on 05 January 2017
"Proper regional development needed" - Cllr Des Guckian, Dromod, Co Leitrim.
By Letters to the Editor on 22 December 2016
"The ratification of CETA is due to happen in early 2017. This gives us a little time to inform ourselves properly on the issue" - Darren Sweeney, Coolodonnell, Rosinver, Co Leitrim.
By Letters to the Editor on 15 December 2016
Farmers are going broke - Donal F Kelly, Castletownbere, Co Cork.
By Letters to the Editor on 15 December 2016
The repercussions of pressurising these farmers into paying money which they simply do not have will be very grave indeed - Name and address with the editor
By Letters to the Editor on 15 December 2016
"All farmers need to see a reward for their efforts in participating in these schemes" – John Comer, president, ICMSA.
By Letters to the Editor on 08 December 2016
"At the end of the day we'll get on fine without the shares just like we always did beforehand" – Jerry Stack, Co Kerry.
By Letters to the Editor on 08 December 2016
"These excessive wages just don’t make sense" - Michael Flynn, Rathgormack, Carrick-on-Suir, Co Waterford.
By Letters to the Editor on 08 December 2016
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