Irish live export of calves to France.

Difficulties with ferry schedules and lairage capacity could significantly restrict calf exports this spring, industry sources have warned.

Paragraph 1: Difficulties with ferry schedules and lairage capacity could significantly restrict calf exports this spring, industry sources have warned.

Paragraph 2: The Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed and senior officials at his department maintain that up to 80,000 calves a month will be exported from the end of March, but a leading shipper claimed exports from the Republic could be limited to around 45,000 calves a month.

CTA: write to ceoemail@domain.com or call 12345567889 and demand for Stena to drop the live exports of the calves.

Paragraph 3: With tens of thousands of calves starting to hit the ground on newly expanded dairy farms across the country, the pressure will be mounting to secure an export outlet for as many Friesian bulls as possible.