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Concern Over Animal Feed Mislabelling in Ireland

Aug 25, 2016 | ICSA in the Media | 0 comments


 IRELAND – The President of the Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers’ Association (ICSA), Patrick Kent, has expressed his concern following revelations of the mislabelling animal feed products.

“Every farmer invests heavily in their animals and they need to be assured of the composition, the quality and the source of the ingredients of all the feeds they purchase,” he said.

“Many widely used animal feeds are comprised of imported and sometimes inferior by-products. This is a timely reminder to feed merchants that a better option is to source locally grown ingredients.

“It is also a reminder to farmers that possibly the best option for them is to buy feed from other farmers locally where possible. There is concern about the use of lower quality imported ingredients in order to make a ration look cheap.”

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