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Dairygold COVID-19 Notice

Dear Stakeholder,

Please read full COVID-19 update.

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Chlorine Free 2020 Brochure
Chlorine Free 2020 Brochure

Chlorine Free 2020 Brochure

Click here for the latest news and information regarding Chlorine Free detergents

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Pegus fed It Came to Pass takes home Hunters Challenge cup at Cheltenham 2020 Festival
Pegus fed It Came to Pass takes home Hunters Challenge cup at Cheltenham 2020 Festival

Pegus fed It Came to Pass takes home Hunters Challenge cup at Cheltenham 2020 Festival

It Came To Pass caused a mighty 66-1 upset in the St. James’s Place Foxhunter Challenge Cup recently at the 2020 Cheltenham Festival.

The winning trainer was none other than Lombardstown-own, Eugene O’Sullivan with his daughter Maxine on board to take home the silver. He also sent out Lovely Citizen to take this prized hunter chase home in 1991.

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Farm News
Farm News

Farm News

Our Farm News Bulletin is published every month and aims to bring you news and updates from the Society. This publication covers News Updates, Technical Information and Event Updates.

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Fuel Prices
Fuel Prices

Fuel Prices

Dairygold has also reached an agreement with Top Oil allowing all Dairygold Members and customers to apply for a Dairygold/TOP Oil fuel card and also to open an account with TOP for the delivery of bulk fuel orders to your farm/home.

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New Board Members for Dairygold
New Board Members for Dairygold

New Board Members for Dairygold

Dairygold is pleased to announce the appointment of three new members to its Board of Directors after an election which took place on the 18th December 2019. Vacancies arose on the Board due to the retirement of Mr. John O’ Sullivan of Whitechurch and Mr. Tom Feeney of Mitchelstown and the rotational vacancy of Mr. Sean MacSweeney of Lissarda.

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