Jonathan Blair has 320 beef cattle on his Ballykelly, rearing suckler cattle to beef on a rotational grazing system. He also grows combinable crops. 
Jonathan Blair
Jonathan Blair
Sam Chesney is a suckler farmers from Kircubbin.  He has 145 Limousin suckler cows, progeny kept through to beef.  Sam is a former Farmers Weekly Beef Farmers of the Year and is currently Vice-Chair of the Ulster Farmers’ Union Beef and Lamb Committee.
Sam Chesney
Sam Chesney
John Egerton is a suckler farmers from Rosslea.  He has 80 Simmental and Limousin cows with all progeny either finished through to beef or reared as replacement heifers.  He also has a 170 ewe sheep enterprise.  John occasionally writes for the Irish Farmers Journal.  
John Egerton
John Egerton
Stephen Maguire is a suckler farmer from Maguresbridge.  He has 60 Simmental suckler cows, most progeny are sold as stores with a small number sold as weanlings.  
Stephen Maguire
Stephen Maguire
Martin, Richard and Lianne Craig are beef finishers from Crumlin.  They are finishing around 180 cattle at any one time.  They also have a 250 ewe sheep enterprise.  
Martin Craig
Martin Craig
Alastair McNeilly has a suckler to beef farm in Antrim, with a herd of 90 cows. Heifers calve at 24 months and male calves are finished as steers at 18-20 months. His herd is predominantly Limousin and Angus breeds.    
Alastair McNeilly
Alastair McNeilly
Declan Rafferty from Pomeroy has a beef finishing and suckler to beef system on an extensive and rotational grazing system. He also rears dairy origin calves on a contract basis.   
Declan Rafferty
Declan Rafferty
 Oliver McKenna is a suckler farmers from Omagh.  He has 60 suckler cows with all progeny are either taken through to beef or reared as replacement heifers.  
Oliver McKenna
Oliver McKenna
 David McKinstry farms in partnership with his father and brother near Magherafelt.  They have 65 suckler cows with all progeny are either taken through to beef or reared as replacement heifers.  
David McKinstry
David McKinstry
 Wayne Acheson is a beef farmer from Cookstown. He has a herd of suckler cattle and a beef finishing system. 400 store cattle are purchased each spring and graze during the before finishing for 90 days after housing.   

Brian Radcliff is a beef finisher from Banbridge.  He is finishing around 160 cattle at any time, he also finishes lambs.  
Brian Radcliff
Brian Radcliff
Trevor Somerville farms in partnership with his father near Donaghmore.  They have 20 suckler cows with all progeny finished through to beef. They also rear dairy-origin beef calves through to beef (including a veal enterprise) and finish suckler and dairy origin stores through to beef.  
Trevor Somerville
Trevor Somerville
James Taylor farms in partnership with his parents near Portrush.  They have 100 suckler cows with all progeny taken through to beef or kept as replacement heifers.  They also finish a considerable number of dairy and suckler origin cattle bought in as stores.  
James Taylor
James Taylor
Philip Truesdale farms in partnership with his father near Castlewellan.  They have 60 suckler cows with all progeny taken through to beef.  They also rear dairy-origin calves through to beef.  They also have a 200 ewe sheep enterprise.  
Philip Truesdale
Philip Truesdale
Paul and Frank Turley farm close to Downpatrick.  They have 170 spring calving Aberdeen Angus cross cows calving in 9 weeks with all progeny finished through to beef on an all grass based system. They also rear autumn dairy-origin calves through to beef.   
Paul Turley
Paul Turley
James Henderson farms in Kilkeel, rearing 180 dairy origin cattle to beef on a rotational grazing system. He has a flock of 800 sheep and also grows combinable crops.    
James Henderson
James Henderson
Jayme and Ciaran Carvill farm in partnership in Hilltown, finishing lowland sheep in a rotational grazing system. They also rear store cattle to beef.  

Crosby Cleland from Ballynahinch has a lowland flock of 2000 sheep on a rotational grazing platform, supplying fat lambs to his local meat plant each year.    
Crosby Cleland
Crosby Cleland
John Martin farms in Greyabbey, finishing lowland sheep on a rotational grazing system. He also contract-rears dairy heifers.  
John Martin
John Martin
Roger and Hilary Bell from Kells have a combination of 1500 lowland and upland sheep on a rotational grazing system. They also have a herd of 70 beef cattle   
Roger and Hilary Bell
Roger and Hilary Bell
Andrew Gardiner from Kilrea previously ran a suckler to beef system but is currently in the process of converting to a dairy system, with plans to milk 85 crossbred cows on an extensive grazing system, starting in 2021.   
Andrew Gardiner
Andrew Gardiner

 

 

Ryan Carr farms with his wife Audrey near Downpatrick.  They have 200 cows (New Zealand Friesian and Jersey Cross) and operate a spring calving dairy system.  With all cows calved down in 11 weeks with as little meal fed as possible. 
Ryan Carr
Ryan Carr
 Ian McClelland farms near Banbridge.  He has 70 Holstein cows on a grass based high yielding system.
Ian McClelland
Ian McClelland
 
 Brian McCracken farms in partnership with his wife (Lynne) and his father (Jack).  The farm is situated on the Holywood Hills.  They have 250 cows (New Zealand Friesian and Jersey Cross) and operate a spring calving dairy system.  
Brian McCracken
Brian McCracken
 Ian Henry farms in partnership with his cousin David near Armoy.  Their 90 cows are a mix between pedigree Fleckvieh and Montbelliard.  
Ian Henry
Ian Henry
 Samuel McElheran farms in partnership with his father and brother near Stranocum.  They have 320 Holstein cows on a zero grazing system.  
Samuel McElheran
Samuel McElheran
 Joe Cush farms near Pomeroy.  He has 70 Holstein Friesian cows.  He also finishes Aberdeen Angus cattle.  
Joe Cush
Joe Cush
 David Hunter farms in partnership with his father near Newtownstewart.  They have 80 cows (Holstein Friesian and Jersey Cross) and operate a spring block calving grass based system.  
David Hunter
David Hunter
 Henry Stewart farms in partnership with his father (Ramsey) in Stewartstown.  They have 200 Holstein Friesian cows operated on a split calving system with each calving block grazed separately.  
Henry Stewart
Henry Stewart
 Thomas, Jayne and Heather Martin run a primarily dairy farm in Portaferry. They have a dairy herd of 145 cows on an extended grazing system. They also have a beef enterprise.   

 Aidan McManus farms in partnership with his father (Kevin) near Macken in County Fermanagh.  The 120 Holstein cows are zero grazed and milk by two robots.  
Aidan McManus
Aidan McManus
 Andrew Dale farms in partnership with his father (John) near Limavady.  They have 110 Fleckvieh cross cows.  They started zero grazing in 2016 due to the limited grazing platform.  
Andrew Dale
Andrew Dale
 Hugh Harbison farms in partnership with his wife and father near Aghadowey.  They have 150 cows (New Zealand and British Friesian) and operate a compact autumn calving system.  
Hugh Harbison
Hugh Harbison
 Harold Johnston farms in partnership with his sons (Jack and Mark) in Ahoghill. They have a dairy herd of 300 cattle in a spring calving system.    
Harold Johnston
Harold Johnston
 Chris Hamilton farms in Newtownards where he milks 115 New Zealand/Kiwi cross cows. He calves his herd in a block spring calving, and grazes day and night where the weather allows.   

 Kevin McGrade farms in partnership with his brother Mark in Dromore (Tyrone). They have a herd of 240 dairy cows who calve in a block period during the autumn.   
Kevin McGrade
Kevin McGrade
 Cathal McAleer manages a farm just outside of Tyrone where he is milking a herd of 345 spring calving Holstein-Friesian/Jersey herd. The cattle graze extensively on rented ground during the grazing season.  

 Albert O’Neill farms near Strabane, where he has a 190 dairy herd who graze in an extended period during the grazing season.  
Albert O'Neill
Albert O'Neill
 Geoffrey Malcomson farms in Newry, where he is currently milking a herd of 130 Holstein cows on a twice a day system. His cattle graze full time during the grazing season and calve in the autumn.  
Geoffrey Malcolmson
Geoffrey Malcolmson