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Meet our Organic Farmers

  • Michael & Anne Keane

    Michael & Anne Keane

    Barrigone, Co. Limerick

    We milk mostly Dairy Shorthorn cows, with some Kerry and Droimeann cattle also. I find these old breed more suitable to Organic farming methods as my system is to milk off grass for as long as possible and these breeds are very suitable.The cows milk mainly from grass, and because our land is on limestone rock it is very dry and I aim to let them out on grass as soon as they calve.

  • Leo Barry

    Leo Barry

    The environment has always played an important part of my life, wheather it would be renewable energy or the food that I product. So organic was just a natural fit.

  • Batt & Ger Sheehan

    Batt & Ger Sheehan

    East Cork

    We converted to Organic farming in 2007. We love the idea of letting nature do its work on the farm. Grass growth on an organic farm is much slower than on farms where fertiliser is used. Organic farming in our farm is farming like our ancestors did years ago. We realise the value of having clover growing on our farm as a natural fertiliser.

    Our land is situated in the south of Ireland in close proximity to the Cork/Waterford border. The area is made up of mostly dairy farms with ours being the only organic farm in the area.

  • Peter & Jenny Young

    Peter & Jenny Young

    Athy, Co. Kildare

    3rd generation dairy farmer, they milk a herd of 90 organic cows - British Friesians, Jerseys and Norwegian Reds. As well as producing organic milk they grow organic oats and produce organic beef, eggs and vegetables. They also keep bees for honey and juice apples from their organic orchard. As well as working on the farm, Jenny regularly gives educational tours of the farm and Peter works full time for the Irish Farmers Journal.

  • John and Joan Stephenson

    John and Joan Stephenson

    Kilmeaden, Co. Waterford

    We are farming organically since 1987, in the early years there was no real market for the milk but we were happy that we could produce milk on a low input system, we haven’t looked back ! and we would not consider farming any other way.

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