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    Quote Originally Posted by hammer View Post
    And good news is frowned upon by you doomsters
    A pity your minister doesn't appear to know his brief, but this nations farmers cannot grow enough fodder to feed their cattle and it must be imported..
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozzy121 View Post
    A pity your minister doesn't appear to know his brief, but this nations farmers cannot grow enough fodder to feed their cattle and it must be imported..
    Maybe some Blueshirt should set up a fodder supply company.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hammer View Post
    Maybe some Blueshirt should set up a fodder supply company.
    Maybe you should do a countrywide tour this spring , there would be no shortage of grass this year with the amount bull ************************e you do spout on a daily basis if we can get it to the fields
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack O Neill View Post
    Maybe you should do a countrywide tour this spring , there would be no shortage of grass this year with the amount bull ************************e you do spout on a daily basis if we can get it to the fields
    Great idea.

    I wont be calling to Offaly though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozzy121 View Post
    A pity your minister doesn't appear to know his brief, but this nations farmers cannot grow enough fodder to feed their cattle and it must be imported..
    Have you been hibernating? The weather was atrocious, the fields have been waterlogged. Farmers have been forced to house cattle indoors for a lot longer than they normally would. FFS, get a grip. Some people won't be happy until we're importing meat from countries where animals are treated like sh it and kept in appalling conditions.
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    We have a new market in China for Irish beef.

    However, nobody seems too concerned about our current commitments to the environment or even ask if it is sustainable for a country of 1.4 billion to change their eating habits and start consuming beef in the manner of the West.
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