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President views: ‘If target means a crude reduction in national herd - we reject it’

Five farm leaders respond to the ‘transformative’ goals set out in the draft 2030 Agri-Food Strategy

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Tim Cullinan

Tim Cullinan

New ICSA president Dermot Kelleher

New ICSA president Dermot Kelleher

INHFA president Colm O'Donnell

INHFA president Colm O'Donnell

Thomas Duffy of Macra na Feirme

Thomas Duffy of Macra na Feirme

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The country’s farm organisations have responded to the newly published draft 2030 Agri-Food Strategy – a pivotal document that sets out the direction of travel for national food production over the coming decade.

After 15 months of challenging deliberations, the 30-member strong committee – comprised of cross-sector stakeholders including farm organisations and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) – engaged, developed and agreed on “four missions” and "22 goals” to “make Ireland's food system environmentally, economically and socially sustainable”.


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