Farmers say they hope further protests outside Dunnes Stores branches over the sale of cheap produce won't be necessary.
The Irish Farmers Association says it held 'constructive' talks with management yesterday, with the retailer stating it'll respond to farmers proposals shortly.
A 30 hour picket outside Dunnes Stores shops in Monaghan and Cork ended yesterday morning after the retailer agreed to meet with the farming organisation.
The demonstration took place over the price farmers are getting for their produce, with farmers seeking it to be sold for a higher price due to the rising cost of production.
IFA President, Tim Cullinan, hopes a resolution can be found: