Farmers are concerned what the current weather will mean for their animals, as the country faces an "absolute drought".
Met Éireann says such conditions haven't been recorded here since the summer of 2018.
Editor of the Farmer's Journal, Caitriona Morrissey, says it's already impacting grass re-growth, and could lead to fodder shortages in the months ahead.
'What Met Eireann has said to us is that 25 of 25 of it's main weather stations have now recorded between 15 and 26 dry days.
15 is the bar to reach for drought in an area, and all of Met Eireann's stations, the main stations, have now recorded drought conditions, with 15 to 26 dry days what has happened is that grass has not grown.'