Cullinan to continue leading IFA for second term

Cullinan to continue leading IFA for second term

IFA president Tim Cullinan will continue to lead the oganisation for a second two-year term starting next January. 

Mr Cullinan is amongst a number of figures from the farming organisation that are returning unopposed. 

The IFA holds elections for president, deputy president and regional chairman every two years. 

Mr Cullinan promised his number one priority would be to secure improved beef prices for farmers.

Newly-elected president Cullinan, a pig farmer from Toomevara, Co Tipperary, is the 16th president of Ireland’s largest farming organisation.

Deputy president Brian Rushe also returned unopposed, along with Munster regional chair Harold Kingston and Connacht regional chair Pat Murphy.

South Leinster chair Feancie Gorman was nominated and returned unopposed.

LSL News.