A small group of Clare farmers were involved as one hundred tractors caused disruption across Dublin on Tuesday and Wednesday.
After almost four months of planning, the Beef Plan is in the final stages of establishing its new producer organisation as farmers continue to protest around the country.
*Photograph: John Mangan An organised meeting for members of the Beef Plan has been cancelled.
*FILE PIC: Protesters at Kepak. Photograph: John Mangan Beef farmers have returned to the picket line in Co Clare.
Concern has been expressed that the mental health of farmers is at “an all-time low”.
*Joseph Woulfe. Photograph: Martin Connolly Joseph Woulfe’s first entry into politics caused quite the stir with the Quilty farmer coming 184 votes shy of causing the shock of the election.
*Joseph Woulfe When it comes to being a county councillor, first-time local election candidate Joseph Woulfe insisted it’s people skills not political experience that is required.
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