They're seeking a direct meeting with the Taoiseach today.
Commuters in Dublin face travel disruption this morning, as a tractor protest by beef farmers continues.
Over 100 demonstrators descended on the capital yesterday, with many sleeping in their tractors overnight.
Farmers are seeking a meeting with the Taoiseach this morning.
Individual Farmers of Ireland spokesperson, James Geoghegan, says if they're unhappy with Leo Varadkar's response, they'll step up their action:
This midlands farmer is among those who slept in their tractors last night: