Veterinary Council “Needs Monopoly” On Agricultural Drugs Gross sales

Friday, April 9, 2021, 8:47 a.m.

That’s according to a representative from Midlands Farming.

A representative from Midlands Farming claims the Veterinary Council wants a monopoly on the sale of agricultural medicines by removing them from pharmacies and licensed dealers.

The following are questions raised in a report on RTÉ’s “Prime Time” on the precise use of antibiotics on farms.

IFA’s animal health chairman says the Department of Agriculture’s own reports show that farmers’ use of drugs is of the highest order.

Stradbally’s Pat Farrell believes farmers know it is in their best interest to follow the correct procedures: