ICSA calls on people not to buy tools they don’t know the origin of

The Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers’ Association is calling on people not to buy tools they don’t know the origin of.

Rural Affairs Chairman of the organisation, Seamus Sherlock was speaking after a recent survey revealed that rural crime costs €2.4 million a year.

He’s appealing to farmers not to fuel rural crime by buying bargain power drills, strimmers, generators and other equipment at upcoming fairs or from people selling door to door.

He’s asking people not to buy products they don’t know the origin of.