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IFA President Tim Cullinan said farmers must put safety first on their farms because not doing so puts them, their children and their neighbours at risk. “As farmers we have to take the lead role in addressing this issue and that starts at home on our own farms. There have been eight confirmed deaths on Irish […]

IFA Farm Family & Social Affairs Chair Caroline Farrell said COVID-19 is affecting mental health in different ways, with many people feeling lonely, stressed and anxious.

With children off school for three weeks now due to Covid-19 and the Easter Bank Holiday this weekend, IFA President Tim Cullinan has appealed to farmers and everybody in the farming community to step up their farm safety plan.

IFA Farm Family & Social Affairs Chair, Caroline Farrell said that the spread of the coronavirus and restrictions it has imposed and, potentially will impose, is a worry for many farm families. “It is understandable to feel vulnerable or overwhelmed reading or hearing the news, we are in unchartered waters,” said Mrs. Farrell. She recommended […]

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