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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.
Motions put forward to Glanbia Co-operative Society Ltd AGM.
By Letters to the Editor on 18 May 2017
"We now have a cheap food policy in the EU and livestock and crops are being produced in many cases at less than the cost of production" – Phil Healy, Ardfert, Co Kerry
By Letters to the Editor on 11 May 2017
"I would ask Glanbia to poll the dry shareholders and the retired shareholders. Ask them what they want" – Edmond Phelan, Fenor, Co Waterford.
By Letters to the Editor on 11 May 2017
"Glanbia management unlocking shareholders assets" – James Foley, B AgrSc, Ballyduff Upper, Co Waterford.
By Letters to the Editor on 11 May 2017
100 acres of grass in 10 minutes – can it be done?
The Combines 4 Charity group will attempt to set a new world record in Kiltale, Co Meath, this Saturday.
By Barry Cassidy on 05 May 2017
"I had lots of feedback on the Greenfield herd article last week describing the March and April milk solids production of the herd." - Jack Kennedy, Co Tipperary.
By Letters to the Editor on 04 May 2017
"A vital Brexit question" - David Thompson, B.Agr.Sc, MA, Castlegarde, Cappamore, Co Limerick
By Letters to the Editor on 04 May 2017
"I was forced to follow Commissioner Hogan to the door, where I presented him with a printed copy of my question and he assured me that he will respond." - Paddy Fitzgerald, by email.
By Letters to the Editor on 04 May 2017
"A little courtesy on the roads" - Liam Hendricken, Tullow, Co Carlow
By Letters to the Editor on 27 April 2017
"The Department of Agriculture should review legislation concerning microchipping of dogs as sheep attacks continue unabated" - Gerry Coughlan, Dublin.
By Letters to the Editor on 27 April 2017
"I think we do need better rural transport in place to connect people to various services they may need" - Marian Dalton, Borris, Co Carlow.
By Letters to the Editor on 27 April 2017
"I look forward with interest to developments on this project" – Tomas Fahy, full-time suckler and sheep farmer, Portumna, Co Galway.
By Letters to the Editor on 27 April 2017
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