Farmers from across the West will make their way to Dublin again next Wednesday for a tractor protest in the city centre.

Individual farmers are taking the action to again highlight the poor prices being paid for beef, compared to prices in the UK, and say enough progress is not being made at the Beef Task Force meetings.

The tractor protest will get underway at 2pm on Wednesday in Merrion Square, and is being supported by a number of farming organisations.

Ballyhaunis-based farmer Enda Lyons says that this protest will be bigger than the one that brought traffic to a standstill in Dublin before Christmas, with over 400 farmers expected

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