Potential impact on Ireland of quota abolition or expansion
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Potential impact on Ireland of quota abolition or expansion a preliminary analysis by Teagasc. Rural Economy Research Centre.

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Published by Teagasc, Rural Economy Research Centre in [Dublin] .
Written in English


  • Dairy industry -- Ireland.,
  • Milk production -- Ireland.

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Edition Notes

Statementby Rural Economy Research Centre, Teagasc.
SeriesRural economy situation and outlook series -- No. 3
The Physical Object
Pagination38p. ;
Number of Pages38
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18211701M
ISBN 101841700673

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abolition of milk quotas in which has led to an expansion in dairy output. Although primary agriculture accounts for a small share of overall national output, the broader agri-food sector (including food processing) makes a sizeable output and employment contribution, particularly when assessed on a regional basis. In the. The abolition of milk quotas is a very positive development and has the potential to transform rural economies over the next decade. Simon Coveney is the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine. Downloadable! Following a remarkably long period of stagnation from up to , during which the value of agricultural output barely increased, Irish agriculture has experienced something of a resurgence over recent years. The sector has been boosted, in particular, by the abolition of milk quotas in which has led to an expansion in dairy : Thomas Conefrey. As McEntee advised: “ it is essential that any expansion be timed to coincide with the gradual increase in quotas and their abolition in April ” Current provisions for a so-called ‘soft landing’ during which milk quotas are increased as their demise draws near means that Irish quota will increase by more than 7% in quota year.

  The upcoming abolition of milk quota must see benefits that are shared by many, and not just divided among the biggest, the President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins has said.. Speaking at the IFA Teagasc International Family Farming Conference he said that the abolition of quotas will open new, stimulating opportunities for the dairy industry.   The system was also having a negative impact on world market prices, as the EU frequently subsidised exports on to the world market. In July , the European Commission proposed to introduce milk quotas, and this was agreed by the Council on Ma Taking advantage of its natural resources and grasslands, Ireland is developing its ruminant livestock industries. When the EU abolished milk quotas, the country established ambitious exportation. T he abolition of EU milk quotas in unleashed the full potential of the Irish dairy sector after three decades of market constraints. The results have been spectacular, with output rising by.

  The herd grows naturally over the following yr period. Milk quota super levy fines are avoided and surplus heifers generated before EU milk quota abolition are sold. Wait and Expand Scenario. The wait and expand (WE3) scenario involves expansion achieved only after milk quotas are removed in yr 2. Fifty animals are bought and milked in yr 1. Magan believes that the end of milk quotas could transform rural Ireland. “Milk production brings building, fabrication, manufacturing, a huge amount of ancillary supports,” he says. “I would.   One year ago today, the milk quota regime finally came to an end in Ireland and in EU Member States.. 30 years after they were introduced by the European Commission, in , to try and address the oversupply of milk on the EU market, dairy farmers were finally relieved of them.. It was this oversupply that led to the infamous milk lakes and butter mountains. Switching from a seasonal quota-constrained to a smooth post-quota situation (PreE-Avg à Expan-Low) was the only expansion strategy resulting in a modest increase in the MPMP of cents. This amount represented the mark-up that a processor could pass on to the .