‘It could cause a major fire’ – the farmer gets into illegal party on their land

  • ‘It could cause a major fire’ – the farmer gets into illegal party on their land
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    In Waterford the farmer calculates the cost of “illegal party” that took place recently on his farm, which he says he could easily cause a huge gorse fire.
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In Waterford the farmer calculates the cost of “illegal party” that took place recently on his farm, which he says he could easily cause a huge gorse fire.

The farmer, who asked to remain anonymous said that the incident occurred in the middle of a drought and caused considerable damage to his farm.

“Electric fences were demolished, and the pillars then used in a fire.

“Removing fencing is no joke and can easily cause harm to cattle or other members of society.”

The farmer, who lives near the coast said his cattle got out and in the end he found them on a nearby beach.

“The fire was located near gorse, which could be ignited with the dry weather, not to mention the litter of empty vodka and beer bottles and the remains of sleeping bags that have been left behind.”

Irish cattle and sheep Association Chairman of farmers (x) rural development Seamus Sherlock said members of the public should not assume that they will be able to use the farmland for recreational purposes.

This case illustrates the difficulties faced by farmers when members of the public to use land for recreational purposes without consent. While x is very open to negotiated access, the farm workplace and no right to infringe on it.”

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“X is in favour of bringing the location to life and as many people as possible to enjoy all that rural Ireland. For this purpose, x will participate in the development of best practices for landscaping over the coming months.”

“As we know from experience with greenways, goodwill on behalf of the landowners is of paramount importance, however, such incidents as this, of course, the farmers even more wary. It is also a reminder to politicians that You can’t go down the road from NSP and ignoring the legitimate interests of the landlords.”

“I would urge anyone who enjoys rural Ireland for recreational purposes to be careful of cattle and property around them. Business agriculture is happening around them, so it’s important that farmland is respected and not considered as a platform”.

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