Carbery Milk Quality Awards 2015

Congratulations to Jeremiah O’Sullivan, Dunscullib, Leap, Co-op winner

26 May 2015

The 2015 Drinagh Co-Op Winner of the award is:

Jeremiah O’Sullivan Dunscullib, Leap

The Drinagh Co-Op runners up are:

  • James Young Derryclough, Drinagh

  • Liam O’Connell Currabeg, Skibbereen

The overall Carbery Winner is:

Tim & Breda Hurley Caherbeg, Rosscarbery

We congratulate the three finalists on their remarkable achievement in consistently producing top quality milk. Drinagh Co-op would like to express a special word of congratulations to Tim & Breda Hurley, the overall winner of the Carbery Milk Quality Award.

The following are the top 30 registered milk suppliers for 2014 based on milk quality in alphabetical order.

Charles Joseph McCarthy,Gortycrossig, Toehead, Castletownsend
Dan & Catherine McCarthy, Lissane, Drimoleague
Denis CadoganCoolboy, Caheragh, Drimoleague
Donie & Mary O’Donovan, Cullinagh, Skibbereen
Francis Coughlan, Scart, Bantry
Francis Keating, Droumnacara, Church Cross, Skibbereen
Jeremiah Coakley, Paddock, Drinagh
James Young, Derryclough, Drinagh
Jeremiah O’Sullivan, Dunscullib, Leap
John & Sandra Maher, Keelnaclasha, Skibbereen
John Moynihan, Shuntullig, Dunbeacon, Durrus
John O’Regan, Kielbronogue, Schull
Joylon Helen, Knocks, Rossmore, Clonakilty
Julieanne Fitzpatrick, Minanes, Drinagh
Kenneth McCarthy, Ballygurteen, Clonakilty

Kieran O’Sullivan, Dunmanus, Goleen
Lawrence O’Neill, Gortbrack, Castletownsend
Liam O’Connell, Currabeg, Skibbereen
Liam O’Donovan, Clohane, Skibbereen
Michael & Marguerite Crowley, Bauravilla Upper, Skibbereen
Michael Og Crowley, Bauravilla, Skibbereen
Michael Russell, Knockane, Drimoleague
Noel Collins, Knockavoher, Leap
Richard Hurley, Stags View, Skibbereen
Richard Jennings, Keelinga, Leap
Robert & Susan Ellis, Curraghlickey, Drinagh
Sean Dineen, Bawnbue, Drimoleague
Tadhg O’Donovan, Ahaguila, Clonakilty
Thomas Roycroft, Gubeen, Schull

The Carbery Milk Quality Awards place an emphasis on milk quality, sustainability, healthy cows, hygienic facilities, and excellent farming practices. Carbery says these factors are “essential to the quality of raw material supplied which leads to a superior end product.” Owned by farming families, Carbery Group processes close to 500 million litres of milk per annum to produce award-winning cheeses and food ingredients in Ballineen.

Carbery Milk Quality Awards