Main Sponsor – Bank of Ireland UK

Bank of Ireland UK is delighted to be the title sponsor of Open Farm Weekend and has confirmed its support until 2019. Now more than ever, consumers are fascinated about where their local produce originates from and Bank of Ireland believes that Open Farm Weekend will provide the perfect opportunity to practically illustrate and educate…

Asda

Asda is proud to support Bank of Ireland Open Farm Weekend in its third fantastic year. As a grocery retailer, Asda acts as one of the main conduits between food producers and consumers and is passionate about local food and showcasing the best of Northern Ireland’s farm produce. With a dedicated local buying team based…

NFU Mutual

Whether you keep dairy cattle, produce cereal crops or grow bedding plants, the one thing you need is an insurance policy which protects the very things you depend on to earn a living. With 100 years’ experience in the farming and growing industry, NFU Mutual can provide you with a range of insurance covers that…

Mossbrook Farm

We are pleased to welcome Mossbrook Farm, home to Farm House Treats, as a new farm host participating in their first Bank of Ireland Open Farm Weekend! This dairy and sheep farm is near Carryduff, Co Down. Visitors will be able to meet the animals as well as guest alpacas coming from the Mourne Mountains.…

Churchview Farm

We are pleased to welcome new farm host, Churchview Farm, Ballyward, Co Down, run by UTV Rare Breed star, Geoffrey Ringland and his family. The farm is located between Banbridge and Castlewellan and is a goat and potato farm. Visitors will be able to meet the award-winning goats up close as well as the kids.…

Drumrammer Farm

We are pleased to welcome back Drumrammer Farm, a dairy and sheep farm outside Ahoghill in County Antrim. Run by Victor Turtle and his family, the farm is between Randalstown and Ahoghill. Home to 500 cows, the herd is mainly Holestein along with some Jersey and Ayrshire cattle. The cows are milked with Lely robots…