New research shows over 500 dairy farmers in Kerry are missing out on savings of up to €6,400 per year by failing to switch electricity providers.
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Energy switching company,, also warned of the pitfalls farmers need to look out for when seeking a better deal.

Farmers with 200 cows can benefit most by trading in their current supplier for a new one, according to the company.

It reveals a €6,400 gap between the cheapest and most expensive electricity plans on the market.

For a farmer with 150 cows, the index reveals savings of €4,220 for electricity customers 10,058 versus €5,838 per annum), and €2,215 for a farmer with 100 cows (€5,635 versus €3,420 per annum).

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