Current Opportunities

Current Opportunities

The Land Mobility Service is available to facilitate a workable arrangement between both parties (lease, share farming, partnership, other). This service is expert and independent. The service will work with both parties to develop a structured, fair agreement that delivers for all.


South Tipperary – Ballyporeen

Dairy Farm 125 acres in one block good land with modern facilities including 14-unit parlour and 130 cubicles. Owners looking to step back and seeking to collaborate with a young skilled person with a view to a share arrangement initially progressing to a long-term lease.  REFERENCE No. OK128

Working Dairy Farm

Tipperary – Fethard/Cashel area 240 acres of which 130 is platform with paddocks, water and roadways. Good infrastructure with in excess of 200 cubicles, slurry storage, modern parlour, calf and other sheds. Owners wish to step back and identify a suitable collaborator with a view to a long term lease. REFERENCE No. OK129

Clare Between Scarriff & Flagmount

40-acre farm, all 1 block. Facilities include slatted & dry sheds with handling unit. Suitable for all enterprises, ideal for new entrant or as a support block. Owner wishes to step back and engage with a collaborator with a view to a long-term lease and is open to discussion on entitlements. REFERENCE No. NM127

Limerick, Between Killmallock and Galbally

A 75- acre farm, currently operating as Organic. 45 acres in one block plus 30 acres nearby. Dry sheds and handling areas available. Owner open to discussions with collaborators on BPS and options to continue organic enterprise or return to conventional. REFERENCE No. NV120

Limerick Hospital Area

A 20 acre farm all in one block. Fenced for cattle. Has own mains water & electricity point. REFERENCE No. NV122


Share/ Partnership

Farm Opportunities: We have several opportunities for those looking to enter into milk or expand in milk. Locations include Limerick, north Cork and Tipperary. Farm size ranges from 130 to 200+ cows. All farms have modern infrastructure & facilities with grazing & support ground to match the farm size. The owners while continuing to stay involved, would like to engage with skilled open minded candidates who can drive farm management. Ideally they would have stock of their own or funds to buy into cows. Should it suit some of these opportunities may progress into a lease.  REFERENCE No. TXM58


Mid County Cork

Seeking opportunity to enter into a Partnership with any interested parties; To do high end beef breeding or pedigree and potentially some rare breed animals. All of these or likeminded ventures considered. I am a current Beef Farmer on a 95 acre holding.  REFERENCE No. TXM41

West Kerry Dairy

Farm wanted to lease. Long or short-term agreement considered, in the West Kerry area. All farm sizes will be considered. Farm will be managed to high standards with references available. REFERENCE NO. CA116

Farm Wanted

A farm is wanted to lease in County Cork to milk cows. All sizes considered. A working Dairy Farm would be ideal, but is willing to invest/convert a beef/sheep farm. Excellent references available. All contact will be kept confidential. A genuine and serious option if you are considering leasing your farm.  REFERENCE NO. TX101

Young Dairy Farmer

Young dairy farmer coming to end of a 10 year lease looking for the next opportunity. Looking for a long term agreement with an open minded landowner, all options considered including share or leasing. Preferably located in the  Munster region. Cows and staff ready to go for Jan 2023. The farm will be managed to a high standard. Reference available from current landowner. REFERENCE NO. MEX102

Long Term Lease in West Cork

Young West Cork farmer looking to lease land long term, 7-10 years. For beef & tillage to be worked alongside an existing 70 cow dairy farm. Land will be maintained and farmed to a high standard. Any size from 35 to 150 acres considered. Good handling facilities and sheds an advantage. Open to discussion regarding arrangement with land owner. Preferred locations are Clonakility, Dunmanway or Rosscarbery, but can travel for right farm. REFERENCE NO: TX99

Mid-West Cork Area

A qualified young farmer looking to lease beef farm. Yard crush required. Any size 30+ acres considered. May be open to other arrangements. REFERENCE NO. TXM57


Our listed opportunities are a small sample of recent advertised opportunities. Some listings are private and will not appear on this page.  In addition the more recent opportunities may not be immediately updated on this website. The most up-to-date listings, both private and public, are always available to view on the latest edition of the FARMERS JOURNAL.

Alternatively you can contact the Farmers Journal by telephone 01 4199 555 or by email at

If you are interested in what is advertised on this page you can call 01 4199 555 to speak with our specialist team and provide your details and preferred option. Confidentiality is assured. All Qualified leads received will be forwarded to you for further consideration.

How To Pursue an Opportunity
  1. Contact the IRISH FARMERS JOURNAL to register your interest in the Land Mobility service
  2. It costs €35 to have your details forwarded to a single advertiser
  3. It costs €95 for unlimited access over a three-month period
  4. Your details are passed on to the relevant farmers
  5. All in strictest confidence
How to Advertise an Opportunity
  1. Sign up to the brokerage service and pay fee of €95
  2. Your Content of profile will then be agreed
  3. Your Profile appears on Land Mobility page for minimum of three (3) weeks
  4. Interested parties must contact the IRISH FARMERS JOURNAL
  5. Details of interested parties are compiled and sent to you
  6. You can then contact any party you would like to progress with

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