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Welcome to the website for the Irish Aberdeen-Angus Association. Here you will find useful information about council members and duties, show and sale dates and reports, as well as any other interesting events coming up in your area.

The association was set up in 1894 with the principle aim of promoting Aberdeen-Angus cattle throughout the island of Ireland.  There are now 600 breeder members registering Angus cattle with the Aberdeen-Angus Cattle Society.

For more information contact the Association’s secretary Kathryn Bradshaw

Upcoming Sales:

Nenagh Society Sale. Wednesday 1st April. This sale will be held in in conjunction with Nenagh Mart Special Dairy Sale. Show at 11.30 am and sale at 2 pm View catalogue >>>

Gigginstown House Sale. The sale is on Saturday the 18th April and takes place at Fennor Farm, Mullingar, Co Westmeath. The timetable is as follows: Car park opens at 10.00am, pre sale inspections 10.30am, & sale starts 12 noon. View catalogue >>>




Black and red Angus genetics on offer at Lisduff bull sale

The noted Lisduff Aberdeen Angus herd is staging its second annual bull sale on Wednesday 8th April at Mid Tipp Mart, Ballycurrane, Thurles, County Tipperary, commencing at 12.30pm.

The catalogue includes 42 bulls (33 black and 9 red) ranging in age from eleven-months to two-years-old. The bulls on offer are sons of leading Aberdeen Angus sires including Curzon Entertainer C088, Flodden Red Beau Laddy K573, Sallowglen James L640, Lisduff Kit G739, Goulding Jim Dandy and Loughlynn Hurrican.

Lisduff Angus Sale

This is a high health status herd, with all bulls vaccinated for IBR, BVD, Lepto and Triovax 10. They will be semen tested prior to sale.

Owned by Leo McEnroe, Virginia, County Cavan, the Lisduff prefix dates back to female bloodlines established Bartle McEnroe in 1948.  “For almost 70 years we have been striving towards keeping the breed’s traditional traits to the fore,” explained Leo McEnroe.

The herd has been fully accredited with the ICBF Gene Ireland Maternal Programme since it was introduced.  Leo added: “The bulls catalogued have top maternal and terminal indexes and star ratings to suit all types of herds, including dairy, suckler and pedigree herds. “

Leo McEnroe is extending an open invitation to all prospective customers to view the bulls on-farm at Lisduff, Maghera, Virginia, on Saturday 4th April from 12.30pm to 3.30pm. “Anyone interested in buying a bull can come along and see the bulls on parade, and mark their catalogues.

“Customers who cannot attend the sale can place telephone bids with the auctioneers, and all cattle purchased in the buyers absence will be delivered by the vendor.”

Purchasers will be entered into a prize draw to win 1,000 Euro cashback. The winning ticket will be drawn at the end of the sale.

Catalogues are available from the auctioneers, contact Martin Ryan on 00353 50421499.
For further information contact Leo McEnroe on 00353 866384072.





The AGM of the Munster Aberdeen Angus Club took place at the Firgrove Hotel, Mitchelstown on Tuesday, February 17th, 2015.

2015 will be an exciting year for the Munster Aberdeen Angus Club as the All Ireland Aberdeen Angus Championships will return to the Munster region for the first time since 2011. The club also endeavors to run the annual Munster herds competition this year and will host a regional Youth Development (YDP) training day for young Angus breeders and cattle enthusiasts, which will be held during the summer months.

Club secretary Paul McMahon of the Sunlodge Herd and club chairperson Ciaran Kelleher of the Kealkil Herd both completed their respective terms in office this year. The Munster Club is indebted to both Paul & Ciaran for all their hard work and positive contribution to the club over the last number of years.

Albert DeCogan of the Mogeely Herd was elected as the new Chairperson of the Munster Club and Edward Dudley of the Castlelough Herd was elected as Secretary for the coming term. We wish them both well in their respective roles.

New members are always most welcome and you can also keep up to date with all the latest news and updates from the Munster Aberdeen Angus Club on our brand new Facebook page.




Strong competition for Munster herd competition

2014 saw a successful herd’s competition in the Munster Club.  There was stiff competition in all the sections for judge John Blackburn of Killaney, Clogher, Co Tyrone.  Mr Blackburn was very complimentary of the very high standard of cattle seen in all the herds in the Munster area and was also delighted to see some of the beautiful scenery Munster has to offer. Read more >>>




Two year old bull wins Tullamore Show

This year's AIB National Livestock Show at Tullamore, Co Offaly, saw a strong turnout of Aberdeen-Angus for judge Henry Rowntree of the Ribble herd, Clitheroe, to work through, with quality in depth throughout both the male and female classes. Read more >>>

IMG_7440 overall champion







  • Secretary: Kathryn Bradshaw
  • Main street, Mohill, Co Leitrim, Ireland
  • Tel: 071 9632099 (+353 71 9632099)
  • Fax: 071 9632140 (+353 71 9632140)
  • Email: irishaberdeenangus@eircom.net