Final beef protests stood down as dispute comes to an end

Final beef protests stood down as dispute comes to an end


Claim Liffey Meats agrees to set base price for six weeks

Beef protests affecting Liffey Meats facilities in Cavan and Galway have been stood down.

The protests were the final pickets to step back after a historic almost 8-week dispute over beef prices.

Protests have plagued the sector for weeks as farmers picket the gates of meat-producing plants across Ireland over the price of beef, which is at its lowest in years.

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Ciaran Moran