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This week’s featured haulier is 35-years-old, father-of-two, who hails from Brannockstown in Co. Kildare, Mr. Peter Sully, Sully Transport.
On this week’s Young Farmer series, Kevin speaks to 24-year-old dairy farmer and Cork native, John D. O’Callaghan, who runs a herd of 55-British Friesians alongside his father. Read all about their set-up below.
This week’s featured contractor is one of four brothers behind the running of Tom Cooke & Sons Agri Contractors in his native Co. Limerick, Mr. Nicholas Cooke.
This week’s featured hails from Connemara in Co. Galway and is on the verge of celebrating 50-years in the business, Mr. Marty Mannion of Mannion Quarry and Plant Hire. Read his story below.
This week’s featured Young Farmer is 26-year-old Tipperary Dairy farmer, Mr. Shane Seymour, who is running a milking herd of 146 cows in a partnership alongside his father, John. Read his story in full below!
This week’s featured contractor has been working on his own right since turning sixteen! Shane Sweeney has now been contracting in his native Tyrone for the past three years! Read his story in full below!
On this week’s ‘All Things Haulage’ feature, Kevin speaks to 44-year-old Limerick native and long-time haulage enthusiast, Ger McNamara of J.P.G Freight. Read his story now below!
On this week’s Young Farmer feature, Kevin speaks to Eddie Gavin, a tillage, beef and sheep farmer AND contractor from Co. Carlow. Read his story in full below!
This week’s featured contractor hails from Co. Offaly and has been running the family business since taking over from his father alongside his brothers, Mr. Eoghan Mulligan of Mulligan Plant & Agri.
On this week’s ‘All Things Haulage’ feature, That’sFarming caught up with 37-year-old Tipperary native and owner-driver with Gleeson’s Quarries, Mr. Paudie Flanagan. Read all about his journey into a career behind the wheel below!
On the latest installment of the ‘Young Farmer’ series, Kevin caught up with 21 year old sheep, goat and beef farmer, Norma Leahy, who also works as a calf exporter and in two marts in her native Co. Limerick. Read her story now below!
This week’s featured contractor is based near Balla in Co. Mayo, splitting his time between a full-time career as a teacher and his passion for contracting and livestock, Mr. Danny Moran, Moran Agri Services.
A Limerick man who got his licence twenty years ago this year and one who hasn’t negated his role behind the wheel ever since, John Dineen of O’Neill’s Heavy Haulage is this week’s featured haulier. Read his story in full below.
This week’s young farmer is a new entrant into the dairy industry, running a 70-strong milking herd in a farm partnership alongside his uncle in his native Tipperary, Mr. David Fitzpatrick. Read his story in full below!
This week’s featured contractor hails from a tillage background in Co. Louth and officially began his contracting venture over ten years ago, Eoin Lynch of L&L Agri Hire. Read his story in full below!
On this week’s ‘All Things Haulage’, Kevin spoke to Wexford man Padraic ‘Podge’ Murphy, who not only works as a livestock agent, but also finishes cattle and drives his family’s lorry at just 25-years-old! Read his story now below!
This week’s featured young farmer, Michael Ryan, hails from Lisheen in North Tipperary, where he and his family run a 120-cow milking herd, a herd whose performance helped the family claim second position at the recent National Quality Milk Awards.
Featured on this week’s contractor of the week series, Kevin speaks to fellow Roscommon native, Tommy Mulhern of Mulhern Bros, a contracting enterprise on the go for over fifty years! Read the story of Mulhern Bros below!
This week’s featured haulier hails from near Cashel in Co. Tipperary. His Journey in the industry began almost twenty years ago and you probably know him for his custom Johnny Cash themed R620, Mr. Brendan Woods. Read Brendan’s story below!
This week’s featured contractor, Ben Stone, is 21 years-old, a former Kildalton student and hails from just outside Portlaoise in Co. Laois where he runs a Suckler and beef enterprise with his father. Read his story below!