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Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane hails from a sixth-generation drystock and specialised pedigree suckler enterprise in Co. Mayo. She currently holds the positions of editor and general manager at That's Farming, having joined the firm during its start-up phase in 2015.
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VIDEO: Cottage, slatted shed and 24ac for €195k  

Keenan Auctioneers is guiding circa 24-acres with an old single-storey cottage in Crosskeys, Co Cavan at €195,000.

According to the property firm, the stone cottage will “need work, but that will be effort well spent on this compact, sheltered, picturesque site”.

A yard, slatted shed and silage base are located to the site’s rear.

Furthermore, the local authority previously granted planning permission on-site for two detached houses, but those grants have since lapsed.

“Having said that, it may assist in the future with similar applications,” the selling agent added.

The holding is “ideally placed” near major and minor urban areas. It is 5.7km from Stradone, 13.6km from Cavan town, 40 km from Kells and 96.5km from the capital.

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65ac ‘state-of-the-art carbon neutral farm on the market for €600,000

A selling agent is expecting offers in the region of €600,000 for a 65-acre “state-of-the-art” carbon-neutral farm in Co Mayo.

Paul Lafferty Auctioneers is handling the sale of Cuilatinny Farm, which is in Knock, just off the N17.

He said, “rarely does a commercial farm of this nature come to the market”.

The non-residential property comprises land, outbuildings, cattle handling facilities and forestry.

It consists of circa 45-acres of “top quality” grazing/silage land, with several farm buildings.

These include a 6-bay double sided slatted shed fattening unit that can house up to 70/80 adult cattle, a slatted shed, a machinery and tractor shed and a farm office.

There is also a separate mill and feed passage, a meal silo, a large farmyard with a crush and handling facilities, a well, and a mains water connection.

Furthermore, circa 16.38-acres are under forestry and contains 80% of Sitka Spruce and Larch planted in 2017.

According to the selling agent, the land is eligible for base payments of €2,831 with six years remaining. Besides, circa 2.86-acre of Sitka Spruce was planted in 1993. Read this property listing.

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