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We are specialist in the Sale and Valuation of Farm Lands, Equestrian and Rural Properties.

We regularly sell these properties by Public Auction or by Private Treaty. If you are considering selling your Farm or Rural Property contact us today. Experienced and trustworthy, we pride ourselves in obtaining the best results for you our client. 

Kilmullen, Portarlington, Co Laois
Killmullen, Portarlington, Laois
Type: Detached | Bedrooms: 5 | Bathrooms: 4
BER: C1 €675000
Cushina, Portarlington, Co. Offaly.
Cushina, Portarlington, Offaly, R32 RD76, Ireland
Type: Detached | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 1
Approx. 12.5 Acres of Agricultural Land
Eneghan, Mill Lane, Walsh Island, Offaly, Ireland
Approx. 1 Acre Site For Sale
Coolravin, Cloneygowan, Co. Offaly
Acres: 1
Price on Application
Approx. 12.5 Acres of Excellent Quality Agricultural Lands
Clonsast Lower, Bracknagh, Rathangan, Offaly, Ireland
Acres: 12.5
1 Acre Site, Excellent Road Frontage, for sale subject to PP
Clonsast Lower, Bracknagh, Rathangan, Offaly, Ireland
Type: Site
Grazing Land to Let
Aghanvilla, Geashill, Offaly, Ireland
0.76 Acres of Land
Kilcooney, Clonygowan, Offaly
13 Acres of Prime Agricultural Land
Down, Geashill, Offaly
Acres: 13 | Hectares: 5.31

We offer a complete professional service to the farming and agricultural sectors in relation to the valuation, sale and lease of agricultural land and properties through-out the Midlands of Ireland.

History of Irish Farms:

In the 1840's two thirds of the Irish population depended on farming for their livelihood. There were 685,309 farms, well over three times the number of holdings today. 45% of farms were between one and five acres, and only 7% over 50 acres. Since the mid-nineteenth century, the average size of Irish farms has increased. In part this was due to emigration from the countryside. The implementation of the Land Acts of the late 19th & 20th centuries produced owner-occupied farms. By the end of the 20th century the average size of a farm in Ireland was 70 acres.

Ireland today:

  • Huge growth in agriculture
  • Success of Food Harvest 2020
  • Ireland produces sufficient food for 36 million people
  • 25% of infant baby formula in China is sourced from Ireland
  • Largest exporter of beef in the northern hemisphere
  • Anticipated strong growth in the dairy sector with the abolition of Milk Quotas
  • Growing  number of young well trained farmers.

There has also been significant investment in downstream industry:

The Glambia project in Belview, Co. Kilkenny, involving an investment of €235m, is the largest indigenous infrastructure investment by an Irish company in 80 years. Danone announced a €50m doubling of capacity in its infant-formula manufacturing plant in Macroon in Co. Cork in 2010. Kerry Foods has built a global innovation centre - involving the creation of 900 jobs - in Naas, Co. Kildare. Dairygold is investing €120m in a phased project to incrementally expand its production capacity. Lakeland Dairies has began a €36m investment in an expansion of its milk-powder processing operations in Bailieborough, Co. Cavan.

application/pdf SCSI Teagasc Land Market Review & Outlook 2017.pdf (9.8 MB)
application/pdf SCSI Land Market Review 2016 corrected.pdf (2.71 MB)
application/pdf SCSI Land Market Review and Outlook 2015.pdf (2.21 MB)
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