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Mullans Organic Farm

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Eggs / Farmshop / Meat & Game / Poultry

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Mullans Organic Farm
84 Ringsend Road, Limavady Co Londonderry , BT49 0QJ
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Since gaining full organic status in 2000, Michael Mullan's traditional beef and sheep hill farm has diversified and now produces Aberdeen Angus beef and hill lamb, poultry and eggs

Mullans Organic Farm

Since gaining full organic status in 2000, Michael Mullan's traditional beef and sheep hill farm has diversified and now produces Aberdeen Angus beef and hill lamb (assorted breeds), poultry (chicken, ducks and geese) and eggs.


Their produce is available from several small retailers but main sales are at St. George's Saturday Market in Belfast. Visitors are also welcome to call to the farm to buy produce on Fridays (advisable to ring ahead).


Self-catering accommodation is also available.

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