Farmers – Need Dairy Farm Staff?

workinginmilkingparlourThe 2015 season is just around the corner! Plan ahead now.

If you know you will need a farm worker for the spring calving season NOW is the time to sort it out.

It has become much harder in the last 6 months to get competent people, so it takes more time and effort to get the right person into place.

We can work with you to have the right people on your farm.

So if you know you’re going to need that extra pair of hands come calving time why not call us today and let us start working on getting you the right person for your farm.

Hire experienced farm staff without the hassle. Visit our site: or call us for a chat on 053 9236222.

40% Grant Available to Improve Farm Safety

40% Grant Available to Improve Farm Safety
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Cattle handling facilities including mobile cattle crushes, weighing scales, calving gates as well as numerous more farmyard upgrades are part of the eligible items under the new farm safety scheme.

Grant aid of 40% is being made available to farmers under the new scheme, as announced by the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney.

He announced the measures as part of Budget 2015 as part of a targeted scheme to help farmers upgrade the standard of safety on their farms.

“I can’t think of anything that would have a higher priority than a loved one’s life and I would appeal to the farming community to look at this scheme carefully and examine the list of eligible investment items to address the safety issues identified. It is in all our interests and responsibility to raise the level of safety on our farms. It might just be the best investment ever carried out,” he said.



National Ploughing__The winners of the Farm Solutions Prizes at the ploughing are:

Sean Mulcahy, Cork. – Pair Bekina Wellingtons
Sarah Claxton , Waterford. – Milking Gown

Your prizes are winging their way to you as you read this!

Once again, many thanks to everyone who visited our stand at the Ploughing. Here’s hoping the large amount of visits is an indication that farming is on the rise again!