May 13, 2021

How to register for the Certified Irish Angus Schools Competition 2021 Final

The Certified Irish Angus Schools Competition 2021 Final takes place on Wednesday 19th May 2021 at 10am. This year the awards will be broadcasted live at […]
March 22, 2021

Summer Bookings

Closing date for online bookings is midnight 31st March 2021.
March 22, 2021

Members Newsletter Spring 2021

Welcome to the Spring 2021 issue of the Certified Irish Angus newsletter. We are delighted to keep you updated on the work that we have been doing to support and develop new and existing markets for Certified Irish Angus Beef.
December 22, 2020

Certified Irish Angus initiatives honoured with two awards by Guild of Agricultural Journalists

At an awards ceremony in the RDS Dublin on Friday last, a Certified Irish Angus brand initiative and its sister brand, Northern Irish Premium Angus were […]

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Nothing says sunshine quite like #CertifiedIrishAngus Steak Fajitas 🌞

Easy to make, and perfect for lunch, dinner, or even to impress party guests; why not give it a try and celebrate the sunny weather in style? 😎

Certified Irish Angus is available nationwide as part of @tescoirl Finest* range!

You can find the full recipe at:


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Our farmers are the backbone of our organisation 🚜

We help our farming members manage their supply & performance and educate them on the best genetics to sustain the breed`s future. Our members have access to a bonus payment system that offers a range of premiums for animals that meet our high standards.

Find out more about being a farming member with Certified Irish Angus here –


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Throwback Thursday ⏪

Last Summer we met the Murphy family from Glasson, Athlone. This family farm, located on the shores of Lough Ree, is a mixed farm with cattle and sheep and has been in the Murphy family for generations.

Patrick, Avril & Aaron have a keen interest in working on the family farm. Avril is a secondary school teacher who has numerous Schools Competition Finalists including the 2022 finalists Mercy School, Ballymahon. The family has also carried out some restoration work by cutting down overgrown hedging and they are passionate about sustainable and natural farming methods.

Meet more of our farming community on our website –


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What can our Elite Breed Improvement offer you as a farmer?

This pioneering programme began in 2021 with our purchase of the exceptional bull Drumcrow Tribesman (AA8172), in partnership with Dovea Genetics. Certified Irish Angus members can use Tribesman’s genetics via artificial insemination (AI) to produce superior Angus cattle. The programme can benefit three types of farmers also:

⚪Pedigree breeders – Tribesman off-spring will deliver a value €70 more than other average cattle based on DBI evaluation.
⚪Dairy Farmers - access to a panel of Tribesman bulls which will enhance the quality and value of Angus cross calves
⚪Beef Farmers- supplying genetically superior Angus-cross calves which ensures a livestock production system that is resilient and sustainable

For more information visit 👉


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2023 Schools’ Competition winners 🌟

This week we are looking at the 2023 Schools’ Competition winners Holy Rosary College in Mountbellew 🌟

Peter O’Neill, Amy Higgins, Oisín Colleran, and Cormac Delaney focused on the topic of “Improving Quality Beef for Consumers”. The students conducted a local survey of what consumers looked for when buying beef. The results showed that consumers are prioritising the quality and origins of the beef they purchase. They gained a deep understanding of the farming effort that results in producing the best food through complex Teagasc documentation, face to face meetings with farmers and farming experts.

When choosing the winning group, the judges said: “Driven by a deep-rooted interest in agriculture and food production the students were able to communicate the benefits of good farming practice. Passionately communicating everything from animal husbandry to grassland management in a manner that engaged consumers.”

Find out about our other 2023 finalist projects on our website 👉


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Our unique triple inspection system safeguards our Certified Irish Angus beef from farm to fork. Each stage of the system ensures premium quality and traceability 👇

⚪ Visual Checks- our highly trained inspectors carry out visual checks to verify each animal.
⚪Random DNA Testing - our inspectors also carry out regular random tissue sampling on a cross-section of animals presented for processing.
⚪ Retail Product Tests- our inspectors carry out random sampling of retail packs labelled as Certified Irish Angus beef from supermarket stockists.

Find out more about our bone fide triple inspection 👉


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See how your school can be part of our herd