Clare Beef Plan Chair Calls On Government To Work For Its Citizens

The Clare Chair of the Beef Plan Group believes it’s time the government started representing its citizens and not large corporations.

It comes as the beef controversy deepens, with the Agriculture Minister saying the sector is in jeopardy thanks to demonstrations continuing at a number of plants nationally including Kepak at Drumquin, near Ennis.

The Taoiseach, meanwhile, has called on meat factories to recognise a new representative group set up by the Beef Plan for beef producers.


However, Quilty farmer Joseph Woulfe is concerned that the current impasse is being allowed to continue because the government has its priorities all wrong: