Farmers To Meet In Athlone To Discuss €100 Million Beef Fund

Written 2 months ago by Sinead Hubble

The Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers Association wants the €100 million beef funding to be paid to farmers as soon as possible.

The money is being allocated by the EU and Irish Government to assist farmers impacted by Brexit.

The ICSA is holding a meeting in the Athlone Spring Hotel tonight at 8pm to discuss the funds.

General Secretary Eddie Punch believes there should be no conditions attached to the funding: