Meat processors claim proposed climate action would hurt beef production by 20%

Ireland’s beef industry output would be reduced by 20 per cent if climate action measures outlined in a new industry report were implemented, Meat Industry Ireland (MII) said.

The group, which advocates for meat processors, said the inclusion of measures aimed at incentivizing a reduction in the suckler herd would hurt the economic contribution and viability of the beef sector. MII estimates that the proposed cut, combined with the naturally occurring long-term decline, will severely undermine the industry and take almost €1.5 billion out of the Irish economy.

https://www.independent.ie/business/farming/beef/meat-processors-claim-proposed-climate-measures-would-hit-beef-output-by-20-42188250.html Meat processors claim proposed climate action would hurt beef production by 20%

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