Irish farmers face a food crisis

The Irish poultry industry is facing a food shortage and is being forced to raise their prices as farmers raise prices and feed the demand.

Poultry producers say that since last year, prices have risen by up to 80 per cent.

The prices of feed, water and fertiliser have risen in the last year in the Irish countryside, and farmers say the prices are increasing as well.

It is the second year in a row that the Irish food industry has experienced a food shortfall.

In February, food costs increased by more than 30 per cent as a result of the Brexit vote.

The food industry in Ireland is the country’s largest source of income for the public purse, and employs more than 10 million people.

The Irish Government has responded to the food shortage by introducing a food price index.

It has also introduced a food policy, which has increased the prices of the products we produce.

The index is based on food prices in the UK, where the Government set the index at 50 per cent of the average price of the product.

It is based purely on the UK market and has been compared to the United States’ inflation index.

This means the food industry is experiencing a price crisis, which is also impacting the prices for other foods.

For example, milk is the main food we produce, but in the case of Ireland, it is the only food produced in the country.

The increase in the food price has affected people in a number of ways.

The price of milk has risen by more, in part because the price of imported milk has gone up.

But the price increase for Irish milk has been even more devastating.

The Government is planning to introduce a food subsidy next year to help farmers cover the costs of food.

It has introduced the scheme, called the milk levy, but it is expected to be delayed.