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Dairy Farm Income Meetings

More solutions are needed to support dairy farm cash flow in 2016 and beyond.


IFA is running four regional Dairy Farm Income meetings to keep the focus of industry and government on dairy farmers’ income and cash flow.

IFA representatives will update on the current situation on milk price and the measures being sought by IFA to support dairy farmers.

The meetings will hear from industry and political representatives about their plans to support dairy farmers’ incomes.

Click on the meeting you’re interested in below to find an agendas and speakers on the night.

Meeting chaired by: James Murphy, IFA South Leinster Regional Chairman

8.00pm

Joe Healy, IFA President
Opening: 2016—a challenging year for dairy farmers

8.20pm

Catherine Lascurettes, Executive Secretary, IFA National Dairy and Liquid Milk Committees
The impact of the slump and the scope for price increases and cash flow solutions

8.40pm

Q&A

9.00pm

PM Henry Corbally, Chairman, Glanbia
Glanbia’s strategy to support farmers’ incomes in 2016

9.20pm
Q&A

9.40pm

Pat Deering TD, FG, Chairman, Joint Oireachtas Committee on Agriculture
Utilising EU aid packages, state aid concessions and national taxation to support volatile farm incomes

10.00pm

Discussion
Chairman and opener: Sean O’Leary, IFA National Dairy Committee Chairman
What do Co-ops, Government and IFA need to do to help dairy farmers through 2016 and beyond?

10.45pm

Close

Meeting chaired by: Padraig Joyce, IFA Connacht Regional Chairman

8.00pm

Sean O’Leary, IFA National Dairy Committee Chairman
Opening: 2016—a challenging year for dairy farmers

8.20pm

Catherine Lascurettes, Executive Secretary, IFA National Dairy and Liquid Milk Committees
The impact of the slump and the scope for price increases and cash flow solutions

8.40pm

Q&A

9.00pm

Pat Duffy, Chairman, Aurivo Co-op
Aurivo’s strategy to support farmers’ incomes in 2016

9.20pm

Q&A

9.40pm

Charlie McConalogue TD, Fianna Fail Spokesperson on Agriculture
Utilising EU aid packages, state aid concessions and national taxation to support volatile farm incomes

10.00pm

Discussion
Chairman and opener: Sean O’Leary, IFA National Dairy Committee Chairman
What do Co-ops, Government and IFA need to do to help farmers through 2016 and beyond?

10.45pm

Close

Meeting chaired by: Bert Stewart, IFA North Leinster/Ulster Regional Chairman

8.00pm

Sean O’Leary, IFA National Dairy Chairman
Opening: 2016—a challenging year for dairy farmers

8.20pm

Catherine Lascurettes, Executive Secretary, IFA National Dairy and Liquid Milk Committees
The impact of the slump and the scope for price increases and cash flow solutions

8.40pm

Q&A

9.00pm

Alo Duffy, Chairman, Lakeland Co-op
Lakeland’s strategy to support farmers’ incomes in 2016

9.20pm

Q&A

9.40pm

Discussion
Opener and Chairman: Sean O’Leary, IFA National Dairy Chairman
What do Co-ops, Government and IFA need to do to help farmers through 2016 and beyond?

10.45pm

Close

Meeting chaired by: John Coughlan, IFA Munster Regional Chairman

8.00pm

Joe Healy, IFA President
Opening: 2016—a challenging year for dairy farmers

8.20pm

Catherine Lascurettes, Executive Secretary, IFA National Dairy and Liquid Milk Committees
The impact of the slump and the scope for price increases and cash flow solutions

8.40pm

Q&A

9.00pm

James Lynch, Chairman, Dairygold Co-op
Dairygold’s strategy to support farmers’ incomes in 2016

9.20pm

Q&A

9.40pm

Jackie Cahill, TD and Senator Tim Lombard, Members of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Agriculture
Utilising EU aid packages, state aid concessions and national taxation to support volatile farm incomes

10.00pm

Discussion
Opener and Chairman: Sean O’Leary, IFA National Dairy Committee Chairman
What do Co-ops, Government and IFA need to do to help farmers through 2016 and beyond?

10.45pm

Close

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