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Minister Creed at the launch of the NPA 2019
Phelim O'Neill speaks to Minister Creed about the farmer protests at beef factories and discusses what can be done for farmers.
Farmer reacts to High court injunction decision
Wexford farmer Pat Crean gives his reaction to the state of play following the High Court hearing last Friday in relation to injunctions brought by processors against him and other farmers.
Eye witness describes arrest at factory gates
A farmer at the Ballyjamesduff protest in Cavan describes what he saw during the arrest of another protester.
"This won't be solved in the courts"
IFA president Joe Healy speaks to the Irish Farmers Journal following the High Court hearing on Friday.
Carthy calls on Creed to intervene
Farmer anger has been exacerbated since the arrest on Monday at Ballyjamesduff, says MEP Matt Carthy. He's calling on the minister to tell Meat Industry Ireland to get factories to drop their legal action against farmers.
'We would be first to the gates if we thought there was something to be got'
IFA deputy president Richard Kennedy reacts to criticism of the IFA for not joining protesters at factory gates.
Tips for marketing and feeding this year’s fodder crops
Stephen Robb talks to James Doran, drystock adviser with Teagasc about potential markets for this year’s fodder crops and how to place a value on that crop.
Meat Business Women holds inaugural Irish networking event
The Irish Farmers Journal had exclusive media access to the Meat Business Women conference in Dublin last week. The networking group is for women in the meat industry and careers editor Odile Evans asks the Dunbia supply chain manager Lisa Hand why a network like this is important in terms of promoting gender equality.
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