Irish Beef Farm Tour

Have you ever wondered why Irish beef is so popular in Europe and all over the world? Let us take you on a day trip to visit an Irish beef farm or plan your multi-day journey through lush green pastures of Ireland. Discuss cattle prices with an Irish farmer and learn about the unique focus on grass-fed beef farming in Ireland. Get a true farm to fork experience and relax with a prime steak dinner in the evening.

We at Farm Tours Ireland, Ireland's leading tour operator for agritourism, will customize your tour to suit your demands. Within our vast network of Irish cattle farms we'll find the right farmers to show you around their Irish farm. All our tours are escorted by an experienced tour guide that will make sure your tour package is one to be remembered.

You want to see specific cattle breeds like Limousin or Dexter cattle? Your focus is organic farming or animal nutrition? Let us know in the form below and we will be back to you with a customized tour itinerary for your vacation in Ireland. We cooperate with established experts and international companies like Alltech or Devenish to provide you the best insights into beef farming in Ireland.

Sample Itinerary for a one day Irish Beef Tour from Dublin:

  • 09:00 Meet and pick up group from Dublin city centre

  • 10.30 Beef finishing unit in Baltinglass, Co Wicklow

    • 500 continental heifers finished annually

    • Fed on a wide range of home grown forages and cereals

  • 12.30 Lunch

  • 13.30 Suckler beef farm in Hacketstown, Co Carlow

    • 50 cow suckler cow herd with young stock reared for live export and home market

  • 16.00 Visit the Irish National Stud

  • 19.00 Return to Dublin and drop off in city centre location

Please note: Sample price is given for single day tour.

Plan your individual Farm Tour with us:

Dairy Farming
Beef Farming
Sheep Farming
Horse/Equine Breeding
Tillage/Cereal Farming
Food Production
Historical Venues
Landscape and Landmarks
Viking/Celtic Culture
Medieval Cities
Whiskey Production
Beer Production