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Slaney Foods International is dedicated to sourcing the highest quality livestock for its beef processing business.

 

Slaney Foods International combines this best quality Irish Beef with state of the art processing facilities to offer a product range of superb quality.

Established as a family business in 1970, Slaney Foods International prides itself on its reputation for sourcing and producing only the highest quality Irish beef; this is why Slaney Foods International are recognised as The Beef Specialists.  We have developed strong and successful long-term relationships with a variety of customers including leading multiples, the food service and food manufacturing industry.

Working with our farmers, we have designed this website to provide all beef suppliers of Slaney Foods International with faster and more consistent access to information.

Irish Steer in field

Benefits

The “Slaneyfarmers.com” platform provides farmers with instant access to their data and an extensive range of up to date information to help the farming part of the supply chain.  Through our “Slaneyfarmers.com” website you can enjoy the benefits of:

24 hour access to your account information, 7 days a week;

Access to current & historical remittance details;

Access to kill out information such as weight, grades and post mortem results;

Increased Information about our Producer Schemes & Bonus Incentives and Veterinary Advice on a variety of topics.

Latest News

20 Nov 2020

Animal Health Ireland in partnership with Teagasc have produced a series of information videos for farmers, advisors and veterinary practitioners covering topics relating to parasite control and pneumonia.

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18 Nov 2020

Code of Good Practice for Responsible Use of Antimicrobials on Suckler and Beef farms has been developed by Irish Farmers and Veterinary Practitioners to guide good practice in the responsible prescribing and use of antibiotics in farm animals.

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12 Nov 2020

Pat Murphy (Teagasc Crops, Environment and Land Use Programme), explains in detail the problem with ammonia and also ways to reduce ammonia use on your farm in an article published in Today's Farm.

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