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“The quality lots were steady and much similar to last week, with more farmer customers present. Plainer cattle are still proving harder sold”
“With the uncertainty of Brexit and the sensational negative report from Lancet, it was good to see there were still customers willing to buy cattle”
Padraig Moran runs a 70-cow suckler herd and sheep enterprise in Co. Tipperary. He has also opened his farm to second and third-level Agricultural Science students.
If Veganism was ever going to work, it would have been a phenomenon centuries ago. Yet, here we are, the human population has evolved on the consumption of meat and it has done no harm, writes Emma McCormack.
A contract exists for grass-fed Dexter steers that are under 30-months, from Bord Bia Quality-Assured herds and birth notified with the society.
Purchasers at marts are cautious due to Brexit uncertainty and poor factory quotes, although early grass growth is bringing some positivity to the ringside.