IFA says farmers increasingly concerned about incomes as voting for president begins

farmer from PixabayThe IFA says farmers are increasingly concerned about their incomes as the organisation begins voting for a new president today. 75,500 members will take part in the ballot which was sparked after controversy over pay deals at the organisation’s executive. The election will run until the 15th of April – with three candidates vying for the top job – Kenmare’s Flor McCarthy, as well as Henry Burns and Joe Healy. Jer Bergin is the IFA’s returning officer: [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/54760/medium/”]