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IFA Animal Health Chairman Pat Farrell says the Department of Agriculture changes to the TB programme which allow farmers with COVID19 concerns to defer tests without sanction, is an important first step in recognising the challenges faced by farmers. However, he said this will need to be kept under review and amended as the situation […]

IFA Animal Health Chairman Pat Farrell said today’s resumption of Fallen Animal collections from farms is a huge relief to farmers who were unfairly used as pawns by the knackeries in their dispute with the Department of Agriculture.

IFA Animal Health Chairman Pat Farrell said the knackery situation is at a critical stage and it requires urgent action by the Minister and his officials. “Farmers cannot be left without a service. We need Minister Creed to step up and sort out the deadlock that exists,” he said. The Department of Agriculture is legislatively […]

IFA Animal Health Chairman, Pat Farrell said the Minister for Agriculture, Michael Creed cannot allow a situation to arise where fallen animals are not being collected from farms. He said IFA has highlighted the weaknesses with the current fallen animal collection service to the Department of Agriculture for a number of years. “The Department of […]

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