Agreement's been reached between Meat Industry Ireland representatives and farm organisations in the beef dispute.
In a statement, the Agriculture Minister Michael Creed says the talks have ended this afternoon.
They've agreed on a two strand agreement for the reform of the Irish beef sector.
The deal involves a number of interventions, to provide immediate benefit for beef producers, as well as a range of strategic steps to address structural imbalances in the sector.
The minister says a number of actions in the area of market transparency, beef promotion and strengthening the position of the farmer in the supply chain were agreed.
A Beef Market Task Force will also be set up to develop a sustainable pathway for the future of the beef sector - in terms of economic, environmental and social sustainability.
Macra na Feirme President Thomas Duffy has welcomed the programme.
He said: "Almost €24m of new money into the pockets of struggling beef farmers is worth supporting.
"It has been a long and difficult series of talks over the past month.
"We particularly welcome the increases in bonus payments which will bring over 150,000 animals into bonus payment territory."