Our small farms are our greatest strength. Our members raise Certified Irish Angus in small herds with the highest animal welfare standards, producing exceptional beef while protecting our special breed for future generations. Meet some of our farmers here.

Tim Dunne

Mitchelstown, Co Cork

North Cork farmer Tim Dunne prizes Angus for the animals’ unique instinct for foraging out sweeter grasses and herbs which leads to superior tasting beef.

Brian Dyer

Claremorris, Co Mayo

His career in farming may have been ignited by an enthusiasm for tractors, but life on the family farm today is all about Angus for Co. Mayo farmer Brian Dyer.

James Murphy

Silvermines, Co Tipperary

The docile nature of the Angus breed made it the perfect choice for James Murphy’s family farm in North Tipperary, where he farms with his wife and their four children.

Sean Flanagan

Four Mile House, Co Roscommon

Sean Flanagan farms with a high level of care and attention to detail, because he understands that exceptional farming is what drives the Certified Irish Angus Beef brand.

Ned Lyng

Ballywilliam, Co Wexford

Ned Lyng recognises that the work being carried out by Certified Irish Angus is essential for sustaining the highest standards of beef production into the future.

Charlie and David Murphy

Edgeworthstown, Co Longford

Charlie Murphy farms Angus with his son David by his side and a keen eye on the future, understanding that his generation will sustain the next.

Vincent and Thomas Quinn

Furnsborough Farm, Abbeylara, Co Longford

When Vincent Quinn learned that people were seeking out the Certified Angus Irish Beef label on supermarket shelves, he knew his farming future lay in producing this premium product.

Padraig O’Leary

Clonakilty, West Cork

Raising Angus is enabling Padraig O’Leary to pave the way for the third generation of his family to run the family farm in West Cork.