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The ICMSA’s Chairperson of the Dairy Committee, Gerald Quain (pictured above), yesterday welcomed the news of Irish processors increasing milk prices for June supplies.
This was the news brought by the Deputy President of ICMSA, Pat McCormack, who welcomed the update from the Department.
The ICMSA made calls recently for the full retention of CAP funding.
This is the message from The Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers Association (ICMSA), following the conclusion of the free trade deal between the EU and Japan.
The Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers Association (ICMSA) say that Ireland must make a final agreement on any final Brexit proposal conditional on Cap retention in full.
The ICMSA say they are confident the Department recognise the need to continue with splash plates.
That was the message from The Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers Association for the Government today.
Teagasc have released figures, showing the amount of people to die in farm related accidents this year to be 12. The figures released also show that one third of the accidents occurred in the month of May.
Mr John Comer spoke at the recent decreases in farmer incomes as part of Teagasc’s National Farm survey.
As 87% of farmer apply for BPS/Greening payment schemes online, calls have been made to eliminate delayed payments.
ICMSA president, John Comer, has today called a French leader who called for a hard border "self-centered".
ICMSA president says benefits of Glanbia Ireland proposals outweigh concerns.