1. Hundreds of staff face lay offs as beef protesters target Goodman-owned pet food factory  Independent.ie
  2. Pet food plant tells court beef protest blockade could lead to 500 staff being temporarily laid off  BreakingNews.ie
  3. Pet food firm says hundreds will have to be laid off unless blockade lifted  The Irish Times
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Hundreds of workers in the Midlands face being laid off due to the unlawful blockade of a pet food manufacturing plant, the High Court has heard.Hundreds of workers in the Midlands face being laid off due to the unlawful blockade of a pet food manufacturing plant, the High Court has heard.

Hundreds of staff face lay offs as beef protesters target Goodman-owned pet food factory - Farming Independent

Hundreds of workers in the Midlands face being laid off due to the unlawful blockade of a pet food manufacturing plant, the High Court has heard.Hundreds of workers in the Midlands face being laid off due to the unlawful blockade of a pet food manufacturing plant, the High Court has heard.

Pet food plant tells court beef protest blockade could lead to 500 staff being temporarily laid off

Protests take place at C&D Pet Foods, Edgeworthstown Co LongfordProtests take place at C&D Pet Foods, Edgeworthstown Co Longford

Pet food firm says hundreds will have to be laid off unless blockade lifted