Irish cattle to arrive in Libya before Ramadan

Patsy McCabe, Blakestown Farm, Ardee, Co Louth, hosts a North Eastern Charolais Club farm visit to his herd

Libya has made a deal with Ireland for a shipment of cattle due to leave Ireland over the coming weeks to arrive in Libyan markets, according to sources from Irish media.

The cattle are mainly cows to be imported to Libya from Ireland via an Irish cattle company to supply the Libyan meat market.

Libyan meat demand is very high usually and especially with the coming of Ramadan every year.

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