1. Minister urges sides in beef protests to talk  RTE.ie
  2. Beef Industry shutdown: No end in sight as watchdog rejects claims prices could be discussed at talks  Independent.ie
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The Minister for Agriculture has said the refusal of Meat Industry Ireland to engage in talks on the future of the beef sector could close down an entire beef industry, which he said cannot happen.The Minister for Agriculture has said the refusal of Meat Industry Ireland to engage in talks on the future of the beef sector could close down an entire beef industry, which he said cannot happen.

Minister urges sides in beef protests to talk

Meat processors are facing an "indefinite cessation of cattle slaughtering" throughout the country, according to Meat Industry Ireland (MII).Meat processors are facing an "indefinite cessation of cattle slaughtering" throughout the country, according to Meat Industry Ireland (MII).

Processors facing 'indefinite cessation of slaughtering' - MII - Agriland.ie

Factories to cease slaughtering cattle ‘indefinitely’ 2019-09-10Meat Industry Ireland has warned that the vast majority of its members are already stopped by blockades.

Factories to cease slaughtering cattle ‘indefinitely’ 10 September 2019 Free

Efforts to resolve the long-running dispute causing turmoil in the beef industry have been struck a further blow as the competition watchdog refuted claims beef prices could be discusseEfforts to resolve the long-running dispute causing turmoil in the beef industry have been struck a further blow as the competition watchdog refuted claims beef prices could be discusse

Beef Industry shutdown: No end in sight as watchdog rejects claims prices could be discussed at talks - Farming Independent