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    Call For One River Agency Dec 11 2015 With the severe hardship facing households and farmers as a result of serious flooding the President of ICMSA said that he is very disappointed at the failure of the Government to grasp the reality of the problem and the need for one state agency to address this ongoing problem that will occur again unless flood read more Specific BPS Payment Hold Up Must Be Tackled by Minister Coveney ICMSA Dec 11 2015 Mr Pat Mc Cormack Deputy President of ICMSA has called on Minister Coveney to immediately address the ongoing problems with payments for individual applicants that have either entered a Private Contract Clause Partnership or Company structure These payments are now eight weeks late with farmers beginning to experience extreme financial hardship particularly as we approach read more Older Entries Search the site ICMSA President John Comer Newsletter ICMSA Winter 2015 Newsletter ICMSA Autumn Newsletter 2015 ICMSA Newsletter Spring 2015 ICMSA Winter 2014 Newsletter ICMSA Autumn 2014 Newsletter ICMSA Spring 2014 Newsletter ICMSA Autumn 2013 Newsletter ICMSA Summer Newsletter 2013 ICMSA Newsletter Spring 2013 Presidents Speech AGM Read more Login Events Calendar January 2016 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun

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  • Role of the ICMSA | I C M S A
    farmers particularly dairy and livestock farmers by lobbying at local national and EU levels It places special emphasis on preserving the family farm structure and defending the rights and incomes of farm families ICMSA represents farmer s interest on many Committees and bodies some of the main ones which are listed as follows Teagasc Irish Dairy Board An Bord Bia National Dairy Council National Economic and Social Committee Milk Quota

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  • History | I C M S A
    the head office was established in Killmallock and was later transferred to Limerick The main aims of the Association were a To organise creamery milk suppliers throughout the country and to safeguard their interests particularly in the matter of milk prices b To create a well informed public opinion in matters relating to the dairy industry and subsidiaries c To aid further development of milk manufacturing industries d To futher the development of the co operative movement at all levels Development The task of organising the country s milk suppliers got under way and Branches were established at local creamery level giving an effective organisational structure The Association was organised into Branches Areas Counties and Regions each with its own elected officers There are at present 72 Areas with a total membership of 16 000 Membership is open to all persons engaged in agricultural production The Association is serviced by a Headquarters staff under a General Secretary and a field staff of organisers The founders of the Association well appreciated that dairying was and would continue to be the primary agricultural industry in Ireland With the growth of the organisation however and because of the needs of the agricultural community it was decided to broaden the scope of activities to cater for other branches of agriculture Accordingly the Association became in character a general farming organisation with the main objectives being 1 The organisation of the farmers and agricultural producers of Ireland on an entirely non political and non sectarian basis 2 To promote the interests of all engaged in agriculture 3 To advise on protection and regulation of the agricultural industry in Ireland In furtherance of these objectives the Association is pledged to constantly work for conditions which shall encourage the establishment of the maximum number of viable family

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  • Location | I C M S A
    next Roundabout new building on right hand side go straight through At next roundabout take first exit Go straight through next two roundabouts The next roundabout is Groody Roundabout take first exit to start travelling on the new dual carriage way Cosgraves Garage on right and Singland Motors on left Keep to outside lane over Groody River Bridge then immediate turn off to right crossing dual carriage way in opposite direction Aldi is straight in front of you when you turn off Keep left on this road and the first house at the top of the hill on the right white walled entrance is John Feely House There is a sign on the entrance Travelling from Dublin On outskirts of Limerick the first Roundabout Finnegan s straight through Next Roundabout Annacotty straight through Straight through next Roundabout Kilmurry Roundabout Traffic lights next at the top of the hill straight through down the hill to the Groody Roundabout straight thorough again to start travelling on the new dual carriage way Cosgraves Garage on right and Singland Motors on left Keep to outside lane over Groody River Bridge then immediate turn off to right crossing dual carriage way in opposite direction Lidl is straight in front of you when you turn off Keep left on the this road and the first house at the top of the hill on the right white walled entrance is John Feely House There is a sign on the entrance Travelling from Cork After coming off Cork road onto dual carriageway Patrickswell on your left stay on dual carriageway until the end At the end keep right signposted for Dublin the tunnel is to the left Continue on dual carriageway until the next exit signed posted Waterford At traffic lights take a left and proceed to next

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  • Structure | I C M S A
    Us Structure President John Comer farms near Castlebar Co Mayo and has both a dairy and beef enterprise John became a National Council member in 2000 and was elected Deputy President in November 2007 He was elected President in November 2011 when he succeeded Jackie Cahill Deputy President Pat McCormack farms at Greenane Tipperary with assistance from his father Tom and supplies Tipperary Co op He was elected Dairy Chairperson

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  • Leadership | I C M S A
    General Gallery Useful Information Application Forms Links Events Diary Membership Contact Us Structure Leadership Leadership John Comer President President John Comer farms near Castlebar Co Mayo and has both a dairy and beef enterprise John became a National Council member in 2000 and was elected Deputy President in November 2007 He was elected President in November 2011 when he succeeded Jackie Cahill Pat McCormack Deputy President Deputy President Pat McCormack

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  • National Council 2015-2016 | I C M S A
    Council 2015 2016 Executive Area Chairpersons and Committees 2015 2016 Staff Committees Dairy Farm Rural Affairs Committee Livestock Farm Business Executive Gallery National AGM Meeting 2015 General Gallery Useful Information Application Forms Links Events Diary Membership Contact Us Structure National

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  • Executive & Area Chairpersons and Committees 2015-2016 | I C M S A
    Executive Area Chairpersons and Committees 2015 2016 Staff Committees Dairy Farm Rural Affairs Committee Livestock Farm Business Executive Gallery National AGM Meeting 2015 General Gallery Useful Information Application Forms Links Events Diary Membership Contact Us Structure Executive Area Chairpersons and

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