IFA says Donegal farmers will feel the cost of new trailer height regulations

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Hay lorryThe Donegal IFA says farmers will feel a severe financial impact from new trailer load regulation introduced by Transport Minister Leo Varadkar.
From now on there will be a maximum load height restriction of 4.65 metres, a move the IFA has described as excessive.
The association says it will add millions of euro to the annual cost of transporting fodder and other agri related produce each year.
The Donegal Chairperson of the IFA, PJ McMonagle says it is the farmer that will end up having to pay:


 

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