The organisation is continuing to protest outside the Fianna Fáil think-in.
We won't be dealing with an Agriculture Minister who "puts out press releases and has a sham of a meeting to tell us what he's done."
That's the message from the IFA, as they continue to protest outside the Fianna Fáil think-in in Tipperary, over the cutting of nitrate limits and changes to payment dates for farmers.
Representatives remained at the Horse and Jockey Hotel overnight, and say they will stay there until the think-in comes to a close.
IFA President, Toomervara's Tim Cullinan, says he only met with Charlie McConalogue yesterday, because the Tanáiste was present: