A TRUE TASTE OF KERRYGOLD

Get a taste of life on a real Kerrygold farm. Discover the hard work and dedication required to create some of the world's best dairy products.

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not a job

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Dairy farming is more than a job. For our Kerrygold farmers it's a lifelong vocation.

the legacy

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Kerrygold dairy farms are a family business carefully handed down from one generation to the next.

the cream rises

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This Kerrygold dairy farmer was nominated for a Quality Milk Award. An achievement his whole family is proud of.

the field

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Thanks to the Irish climate our Kerrygold cows get to eat quality grass almost all year round.

the herd

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Kerrygold cows live happy and content lives and produce the very best quality milk.

the bond

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This Kerrygold farm is run by a passionate and dedicated husband and wife team.

change in the air

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Kerrygold farmers embrace the benefits of modern technology in a sustainable and environmentally friendly manner.

MEET THE FARMERS

They are very different types of people, from different parts of the country. But they all share a way of life and a love of the land. Learn more about the men and women behind Kerrygold.

MICHAEL & MARGUERITE

MICHAEL & MARGUERITE

County Cork

The Crowley family are third generation farmers on their farm in West Cork. Having taken over from his father, Michael works full time and in partnership with his wife Marguerite. They are passionate about what they do. They have five children and hope to pass the farm on to the next generation in the future.

It’s the passion you have for the land, the passion for the animals

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Darran McKenna

Darran McKenna

County Monaghan

The McKenna clan have farmed in Monaghan for generations and Darran has worked the farm his entire life. He is a real family man and his four kids are the apple of his eye.

Darran loves farming life and he feels it’s a great way to raise a family.

The environment shouldn't suffer at the cost of producing milk

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Brian Cleary

Brian Cleary

County Waterford

Gaelic football is a big part of Brian’s life, he played for his local club until he broke his leg, ending his career.  But his main passion is his farm, which he works with his father Jimmy.

Brian is married to Clare and they have three daughters together, Brian hopes one of the girls will follow in his footsteps.

If you love what you're doing it's not work at all

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