Ireland: consequences of no-deal Brexit

In Northern Ireland after a no-deal Brexit 45000 dairy cows could be culled. Now Northern Ireland exports annual about 700 to 800 million litres of milk to the Irish republic. With a no-deal Brexit EU-import tariffs would make Northern Irish milk much less competitive. In that case Northern Ireland would have a surplus of milk and farmers would have to sell cows for culling, according to the BBC.

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