Irish Milk Board
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Civic heraldry of Ireland
Araltais in Éirinn
IRISH MILK BOARD (An Board Bainne)
Per pile transposed azure and or, on a pile reversed vert a cow's head couped proper, in the dexter chief a ship of three masts with sails set and in the sinister two wings conjoined in base of the second.
The arms were officially granted in 1967.
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The motto 'Neart bainne do beir neart' means "Much strength through milk"
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