Kerry farmers are continuing to pay above the average for agricultural diesel.
That’s according to the latest fuel price survey by the Irish Farmers’ Association, which shows a 20 per cent fall in the cost of agricultural diesel.
The study reflects the price on a single day selected by the IFA.
The national average is now just over 51 cent per litre.
However, farmers in Kerry are paying 54.5 cent per litre.
IFA’s Inputs Project Team Chairman and Currow man James McCarthy is calling on farmers to challenge suppliers to reduce prices in line with declining oil prices internationally: