Coveney considering fur farming submissions report
19 July 2012
Agriculture Minister, Simon Coveney, has told ICABS President Maureen O'Sullivan that he is currently considering the contents of a Review Group report into fur farming in Ireland. See below for the full text of Deputy O'Sullivan's Dail Question and Answer.
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Parliamentary Question and Answers
Question 667 - Answered on 17th July, 2012
Maureen O'Sullivan, TD (Dublin Central, Independent):
To ask the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine the date on which the submissions made and sent to his Department at the end of 2011 regarding fur farming will be assessed; when he will comment on the findings of the submissions; and if he will make a statement on the matter.
Written answer on Tuesday, 17th July, 2012
Simon Coveney, Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine (Cork South-Central, Fine Gael):
The Review Group set up in my Department to review all aspects of fur farming has considered all the submissions made on the matter and has concluded its report, the contents of which I am now considering.
|A mink living in misery on an Irish fur farm|
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