Beef cattle for sale
If you are seeking beef cattle for sale, David Clarke Livestock in Ireland can help. During the past 30 years, we have built up a vast network of farming contacts. This enables us to source and supply top quality beef cattle from all over Europe.
As experienced farmers, we understand the needs of the farming community. Our friendly team is here to help with all aspects of buying beef cattle.
Sourcing beef cattle for sale
Our experienced staff can arrange visits to farms to select suitable livestock and, if necessary, also organise hotel accommodation.
Once the beef cattle have been selected, we can arrange transportation and will ensure that the livestock are well looked after during transit. Our stringent procedures meet all Department of Agriculture rules and requirements.
Distance is no object. Previously, we have arranged for livestock to be transported by plane to the Middle East.
Different breeds of beef cattle for sale
We supply pedigree and commercial beef cattle for breeding or showing. These breeds include; Aubrac, Aberdeen Angus, Beef Shorthorn, Belgian Blue, Belted Galloway, Blonde d’Aquitaine, Chianina, Charolais, Devon, Galloway, Hereford, Highland, Limousin, Longhorn, Parthenais and Salers.
Whatever your preference in beef cattle, we can help. Please contact us on 353 (87)2576434 to discuss your requirements.
Dairy cattle for sale
The company has grown to become Ireland’s largest exporter of dairy cattle to the UK. Among the breeds of dual purpose and dairy cattle that we source and supply are; Ayrshire, British White, British Friesian, Brown Swiss, Dairy Shorthorn, Danish Red, Dexter, Fleckvieh / Simmental, Holstein, Jersey, Kerry, Guernsey, Montbéliarde, Norwegian Red, Rotbunt and Welsh Black.
Which Breed? contains useful information on numerous different breeds of dairy, beef and dual purpose cattle.
Our service goes beyond sourcing and supplying top quality livestock. We can also help with farm planning permission, yard design and are able to outline the costs associated with building a cattle unit. Read more about the planning process for a farm.