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It’s not just the animals that are being fed.
The farm also supplies a large proportion of the country’s fresh water and irrigation water.
The farm’s operations are run by an Irish company called Hire a Farm, which was established in 2017.
It owns and manages 10 farms across the country.
Each farm has a separate manager.
The company is also responsible for providing the farms with a range of equipment, including tractors, harvesters and other machinery.
The Hire A Farm manager, Richard Kelly, said the aim is to maximised the productivity of the farms and to ensure they were in a position to cope with future shocks.
“I’m hoping to get this into the hands of people who need it, to help them cope with the situation,” Mr Kelly said.
“It’s about supporting them to make decisions, to get on with the farming process and do the things they need to do.”
The farm also has a staff of four.
Mr Kelly said the farm would not have existed without the help of a small company, which provided the land for the first time in the history of the farm.
“There were no people who came forward before,” he said.
Mr Murphy said the project was an extension of the work of a local farm, the Cavan Hire, which helped the farm develop.
“They’ve been really important to us,” Mr Murphy said.
“It was the small farm that we were really trying to build.”
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