“I got this land so I could farm into my old age.. if the pylons go up it will be worth peanuts.” – Irish Mirror, 26 April 2015

An accountant who retired early to become a farmer fears his land will be worth “peanuts” if plans to erect giant pylons nearby go ahead.

Michael Lavin, 62, from Craggagh in Foxford, Co Mayo, has joined the Irish Mirror campaign to save our countryside from being ruined with dozens of wind turbines and pylons planned for rural areas.

Click here to read the full article: Irish Mirror, 26 April 2015