They are protesting today.
Farmers will be driving tractors up to Dublin city centre today in frustration with the Government.
The Irish Farmers' Association says they're conscious of the climate challenge and the need for farmers to play their part, but it can't decimate their incomes.
Farm owners will be driving tractors into the city centre to highlight the importance of farming to the Irish economy.
A convoy is due to arrive at Merrion Square at 2pm.
IFA President and Toomevara's Tim Cullinan says they're unhappy with Minister Charlie McCanologue's lack of funding for CAP reform: