‘Farmers don’t need beef talks to know they are due a cost rise’ – Cullinan

‘Farmers don’t need beef talks to know they are due a cost rise’ – Cullinan‘Farmers don’t need beef talks to know they are due a cost rise’ – Cullinan

Irish beef processors have all been called on to boost cattle prices paid to Irish farmers “with evident effect”.

Presidential claimant in a ongoing Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) elections, Tim Cullinan, has this dusk said: “Days of beef talks are not required in sequence for factories to broach overdue cattle cost increases to farmers.

“We don’t need beef talks to know that beef farmers are entitled to cattle cost increases,” he stressed.

The Co. Tipperary pig rancher continued: “The time for articulate about a changing tellurian marketplace conditions is prolonged gone. It’s now time for factories to start profitable prolonged overdue cattle cost increases but delay.

Beef farmers in Ireland are incurring waste of €6 million a week, while cattle prices are augmenting in pivotal EU trade markets and in a UK.

“It’s vast to hear MII out currently articulate about green shoots emerging, when we have seen ceiling transformation of cattle prices in a EU and UK for a past month.

“There is a cost differential of €170/head between a UK and Irish cattle prices for many weeks now heading to waste totalling €20 million for beef farmers in Nov alone.”

Cullinan continued: “The MII conglomeration has been inflicting serious pain on Irish farmers with their continued plan of gripping prices down, while cattle prices opposite a EU and a UK are relocating upwards for a past month.

It’s time for a factories to quit their messing and to start holding cattle off a farms opposite a country.

Concluding, he outlined: “We also know there is a 25 million tonne necessity of protein in China during benefaction and outrageous opportunities exist for beef exports to fill this deficit.”

Article source: https://www.agriland.ie/farming-news/farmers-dont-need-beef-talks-to-know-they-are-due-a-price-rise-cullinan/

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