In 1845, the first year of the ‘Genocide’ in Ireland, 3,251,907 quarters of corn were exported from Ireland to Britain. That same year, 257,257 sheep were exported. In 1846, 480,827 swine and 186,483 oxen were exported to Britain. Ireland was producing sufficient food, wool and flax, to feed and clothe not nine but eighteen millions of people. Taken from the book The Truth Behind The Irish Famine. Signed with International Shipping here:

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