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    A joint Committee of Parliament on agriculture will meet early on September 4 to discuss forage and drought.
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A joint Committee of Parliament on agriculture will meet early on September 4 to discuss forage and drought.

Said the Chairman of the Committee and fin Gal TD in Carlow-Kilkenny, Pat Deering, farming independent that the loan will be a major topic of discussion at the event along with the import of feed.

“We are acutely aware of the need to prepare for winter in advance and we must ensure no shortage of forage,” he said.

“Significant this year, the weather phenomenon has affected all farmers, and I was in constant communication with the Minister of religion, emphasizing the concerns of farmers.”

Mr. Deering added that he is committed to the Bank’s representatives to speak at the meeting, to discuss how proactive their from the point of view of assisting farmers with their cash flows at the current difficulty..

The results of the next census food Committee will also inform the Committee as to what actions can be taken to help farmers, he added.

The decision to reconvene the Committee following the appeals of party members from the party that an emergency meeting of the Committee was called, to avoid the fodder crisis. The representative from the party on agriculture, Charlie McConalogue, said that measures must be taken early, as farmers are already experiencing cashflow difficulties.

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However, Mr McConalogue has expressed disappointment that the meeting did not take place for another two weeks.

“I am extremely disappointed that the Committee will not meet until next month, given the seriousness of the situation faced by farmers.

“There seems to be no sense of urgency from the Minister. This is exactly what happened last year, but farmers will not survive another harsh winter, if the plan will be implemented in the coming weeks,” said Deputy McConalogue said.

It is the “Fianna the file” Jackie Cahill added that the meeting should be brought forward.

“We laid out a 12 point plan to avert a looming crisis of fodder, which was published last month.

“While the Minister has taken some measures, we need to see him to embrace the plan in General, if we want to prevent a repetition of last winter.”

Joint Committee on the implementation in early winter to discuss plan of action

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