Ireland has received just over €1 billion from the European Union.
There are calls for 500 million euro from a new Brexit fund to be allocated to the agriculture sector.
Ireland's received just over a billion euro from the EU fund aimed at helping countries hardest hit by Britain's exit.
The Public Expenditure Minister says agri-food, enterprise supports and infrastructure at ports and airports will all benefit.
Irish Farmers Association President Tim Cullinan believes half of the new fund should go to agriculture: