Latest Irish Suffolk News

The Department of Agriculture Food and the Marine have today confirmed the following information Currently there is no UK South of Ireland Suffolk Sheep Breed Society recognised by this Department under the Animal Breeding...

As the Irish Suffolk Sheep Society, a wholly Irish Sheep Society, celebrates its second birthday it is very proud of its progress among both the commercial and Suffolk sheep breeders of Ireland and...

As we moved into a new decade no one could have envisaged what the year would present to us. However, with true resilience we ploughed on and had a very successful year. This could only...

2020 was an extraordinary year for all for the wrong reasons. I can only hope that you and your families are keeping safe and well. For the foreseeable future we will have to live...

Mary Grealy has been breeding sheep since 1954 and was the proud owner of one of the first Suffolk Flocks in the West of Ireland in the early 60’s.  In 1971 the West...

Moatfarrell flock est. in 1949 by Denis Lynch is now one of the oldest Suffolk flocks in Ireland. We have always endeavoured to use the best pedigree rams either through import or Irish...

The Irish Suffolk Sheep Society held its second Premier Show & Sale at Roscrea Mart on Saturday last. Based on last year’s success the sheep presented were presented again in 2020 in their...

“Suffolks bred by Irish Farmers For Irish Farmers” PREMIER SHOW AND SALE AT ROSCREA MART Saturday, 1st August 2020 Irish Suffolk Sheep Society is approved for EU Pedigree Registered Certification from the Department of Agriculture...

"The Irish Suffolk Sheep Society was set up by a group of like minded breeders who felt that like every other breed society in Ireland we should be run our own business. We...

REPORT FROM PREMIER SHOW & SALE AT ROSCREA MART ON SATURDAY LAST 3RD AUGUST, 2019. The Irish Suffolk Sheep Society was set up by Irish Pedigree Suffolk Sheep Breeders for Irish sheep farmers;...

Irish Suffolk Sheep Society Premier Show & Sale at Roscrea Mart this Saturday 3rd August at 10.30am. This sale is run by Irish Pedigree Registered Suffolk Sheep Farmers producing Pedigree Registered Suffolk Sheep...

On Saturday last, 9th May, the newly formed The Irish Suffolk Sheep Society under the Chairmanship of Kilkenny man Richard Moore enjoyed great success at the National Sheep Championships held in Kilkenny Mart.

Why use a Pedigree Registered Suffolk Ram?

  • Superior Growth Rate
  • Easy Fleshing
  • Early Finishing
  • Ideal Cross to All Breeds
  • Hardy Lively Lambs
  • Early Turn-out of Lambs
  • Low Feet Problems
  • Produces Lots of Lambs
  • Quality in Quantity