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Anthony Jordan
Anthony Jordan

Irish Farmers Journal

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Watch: classy €2.5m stud farm sparking huge interest
A stud farm with tradition has just hit the market with a price tag of €2.5m.
By Anthony Jordan on 18 October 2017
Last week we reported on the stunning circa 148-acre parcel at Church Hill, Coolapoge, and Toberbreedia near Cuffesgrange, Co Kilkenny.
By Anthony Jordan on 19 October 2017
750 acres of land is up for private treaty in Mayo.
By Anthony Jordan on 19 October 2017
Of the results, 52 acres in Westmeath sold after a rollercoaster auction
By Anthony Jordan on 19 October 2017
100 acres of high-quality agricultural land went under the hammer for €13,500/acre.
By Anthony Jordan on 19 October 2017
The €2.5m Ballinteskin stud is the second major stud farm to come on the market in recent weeks. It boasts 118 acres, an elegant house and even a helicopter pad, writes Anthony Jordon
By Anthony Jordan on 19 October 2017
This week, Anthony Jordan gives a roundup of Teagasc agricultural college open days from around the country
By Anthony Jordan on 19 October 2017
A traditional stud farm with style is hot on the shelves at the moment, writes Anthony Jordan.
By Anthony Jordan on 12 October 2017
For any farmer wanting to get into dairying, this 126-acre fully operational dairy farm in Tullineasky East, Clonakilty, Co Cork, may be a worthwhile venture.
By Anthony Jordan on 12 October 2017
A residential property of circa 53.5 acres at Foulksrath, Jenkinstown and Shanganny, Conahy, Co Kilkenny, remains under negotiation after being withdrawn last week.
By Anthony Jordan on 12 October 2017
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