VICTORIA WHITE: Our fodder crisis caused by poor farm strategy as well as weather

We need a smaller beef herd and an emphasis in dairy on premium products like cheese and ice-cream, writes Victoria White

Fodder being unloaded on on Albert Quay in Cork in 2013. The never-ending winter has meant farmers must rely on imports to feed their livestock.

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