Carbery Milk Quality Awards 2016

Congratulations to Michael & Marguerite Crowley, Bauravilla, Skibbereen, Co-op and Overall Carbery winners

7 June 2016

The 2016 Drinagh Co-Op and overall Carbery Winners of the award are:

Michael & Marguerite Crowley Bauravilla, Skibbereen

The Drinagh Co-Op runners up are:

  • Billy Wolfe Knockawaddra, Lisbealad

  • Timothy O’Mahony Dreenane, Schull

The following are the top 30 registered milk suppliers for 2015, based on milk quality, in alphabetical order.

  • Anthony O’Donovan, Bawn Farm, Castletownsend
  • Anthony O’Shea, Gories, Bantry
  • Billy Wolfe, Knockawaddra, Lisbealad
  • Brendan O’Driscoll, Shreelanes, Leap
  • Charles Joseph McCarthy, Gortycrossig, Toehead, Castletownsend
  • Dan & Catherine McCarthy, Lissane, Drimoleague
  • David Kingston, Curraghnaloughra, Drinagh
  • Declan Harrington, Gortnaclohy,Skibbereen
  • Denis Collins, Letterlickey, Bantry
  • Donal & Mary Hayes, Shuntullig, Durrus, Bantry
  • Donie & Mary O’Donovan, Cullinagh, Skibbereen
  • Francis Keating, Droumnacara, Church Cross, Skibbereen
  • James Young, Derryclough, Drinagh
  • Jason Wolfe, Stouke, Ballydehob
  • Jeremiah & Diarmuid O’Brien, Ballyboy, Dunmanway
  • John Moynihan, Shuntullig, Dunbeacon, Durrus
  • John O’Regan, Kielbronogue, Schull
  • Karol O’Shea, Angram, Drimoleague
  • Kieran O’Sullivan, Dunmanus, Goleen
  • Liam O’Donovan, Clohane, Skibbereen
  • Michael & Marguerite Crowley, Bauravilla Upper, Skibbereen
  • Michael Murnane, Coorydowney, Drimolague
  • Michael Russell, Knockane, Drimoleague
  • Neil Collins, Drinagh East, Lisbealad, Dunmanway
  • Noel & Derek Jagoe, Toughmacdermody, Drinagh
  • Padraig & Mairead Horgan, Glounathnaw, Bantry
  • Patrick Collins, Knockataggart, Skibbereen
  • Reps. Tadgh Kingston, Ferlihanes, Rossmore
  • Sean Dineen, Bawnbue, Drimoleague
  • Timothy O’Mahony, Dreenane, 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