Category: Grasstronomy Farm

Origin green

Origin Green With our mild climate and plentiful rainfall, Ireland is naturally suited to sustainable beef farming. Our rich soils produce lush, green grass where our cattle have the freedom to graze outdoors for up to 300 days a year. Our grass-based production system puts Ireland on an ideal footing as we set out on

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Family Farming

It’s a grassroots thing with the people and farmers of Ireland It’s a grass roots thing with the people and farmers of Ireland with agricultural production based on a network of 120,000 holdings ranging from small part-time farms to medium sized family run enterprises.. Ireland has a long standing heritage in beef farming. Farms are

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Centuries Evolving

Centuries Evolving Cattle have been a part of the Irish landscape for over 5,000 years and their presence has helped shape political, social and cultural fabric of the community. ‘Cattle raids’, where neighboring communities captured each others’ cattle, were a distinctive part of Irish wafare for at least 1000 years, and is famously celebrated in

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David Johnson

David Johnson Penrose House, Redcross Village, Co. Wicklow David Johnson farms 280 acres near the picturesque village of Redcross, Co. Wicklow. Of the total holding, 60 acres are rented and all are under grass. David operates a suckler-to-beef system based on 100 suckler cows. Predominately Charolais and Limousin crosses, they are bred to two Charolais

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Ben Colchester

Ben Colchester Urlingford, Co. Kilkenny Running a diverse and productive 194-acre organic family farm in the heart of Co. Kilkenny, the Colchesters sell most of their output directly to local customers through their farm shop. The farm consists of approximately 78 acres of grassland, 57 acres of tillage, 57 acres under forest and two acres

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