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New IFA President to address meeting in Westmeath

Friday, 7th February, 2014 2:10pm
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New IFA President to address meeting in Westmeath

IFA President Eddie Downey

New IFA President to address meeting in Westmeath

IFA President Eddie Downey

The Westmeath branch of the Irish Farmers Association (IFA) will hold its AGM on Tuesday next, February 11, at 8pm in the Bloomfield House Hotel in Mullingar.

The newly-elected President of IFA, Eddie Downey, will be the guest speaker on the night.

Product prices across all commodities, a charter of Farmers' Rights, and reducing bureaucracy and penalties will be among the key issues to be discussed at the meeting.

Gordon Johnston, Chairman of Westmeath IFA, is encouraging all farmers from county Westmeath to attend and put their opinions forward to the New IFA President. All are welcome.

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