Providing effective representation for Tillage Farmers in Ireland086
Welcome to the Irish Grain Growers Group
We exist to help tillage farmers grow their profits. Our vision is to support, inspire and motivate our members into a secure future
Providing effective representation to tillage farmers going forward.
We exist to help tillage farmers grow their profits. Our vision is to support, inspire and motivate our members into a secure future


The Irish Grain Growers are a newly formed group, representing arable farmers in the Midlands, South East and South of the country. Our aim is to focus on and promote all the positive aspects tillage farming. We want to improve the industry by promoting constructive communication amongst growers, consumers, manufacturers and policy makers.

We feel that government policy in the past, has neglected tillage, relative to other sectors, as is clearly reflected in the blue print for agriculture, Food Wise 2025 and Food Harvest 2020 policy documents. There seems much more focus on dairy and beef sector in recent years, whilst, in many ways, failing to recognise the contribution of the indigenous tillage sector.

New tillage aid payment will ‘cover all crops harvested in 2024’ – IGGG

Richard Halleron April 15, 2024 3:00 pm The Irish Grain Growers’ Group (IGGG) has told Agriland that it understands that the new...

‘Minister must act now’ for tillage farmers – IGGG chair

Richard Halleron February 23, 2024 6:10 pm Irish Grain Growers’ Group (IGGG) chair, Bobby Miller, has said that the Food Vision Tillage...

Miller returned as chair of Grain Growers’ Group at AGM

Payments worth €14.3m to go into tillage farmers’ bank accounts

Growers seek support from Government for unharvested crops

Farmers across the country are fighting to save their crops as a result of incredibly difficult weather conditions experienced this...

Grain growers call for exceptional payment for tillage farmers

Irish tillage being squeezed out in favour of renting land to dairy farmers

Noteworthy examines how dairy expansion has combined with years of policy neglect to leave grain growers struggling to survive.

Irish Grain Growers’ Group to meet agriculture minister over aid

Representatives of the Irish Grain Growers’ Group (IGGG) will meet Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue, in...

IGGG: ‘We need to plan to grow more grain in Ireland’

The Irish Grain Growers’ Group (IGGG) has called on the government to immediately establish a tillage taskforce. During a meeting...

Tillage sector has ‘far greater potential’ – IGGG

Source: Agriland The Irish Grain Growers’ Group (IGGG) has said that the tillage sector has far greater potential to grow...