Plans from the Food Vision Dairy Group show they want the Irish government to compensate farmers up to €5000 per animal to cull their cows.
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An Irish report is recommending that the Dublin Government pay farmers to cut cow numbers with compensation of €5000 per cow

The influential report is making the recommendations to ‘directly reduce agricultural activity’ and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. For every 10,000 cows culled, the Department for Agriculture in Ireland estimate 45,000t of carbon dioxide equivalent would be cut from the atmosphere. The current TB scheme puts the value of a dairy cow at €4300 for compensation – however others in the sector want a payment over €5000 to account for reduced future earnings.

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