IFA representatives will lobby AIB shareholders at the bank's annual general meeting in Dublin this Wednesday.
The IFA will "have a presence outside the AIB AGM in Dublin" a statement from the organisation reads.
It continues: "This is part of a planned campaign to be rolled out nationally against AIB’s plans to sell certain farmer loans as part of its most recent loan sale."
Earlier this month, the Irish Farmers Journal revealed that around 100 farm loans were included in AIB's planned sale of debts to an affiliate of US-based vulture fund Cerberus.
While not a call for a farmers' protest, the small-scale lobbying is likely to be repeated around the country in the coming weeks, an IFA spokesperson told the Irish Farmers Journal.
AIB is 71% owned by the Irish Government.
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