Three decades of specialising in agricultural buildings

23 Mar , 2020  

Marking the milestone of 30 years in business in 2019, Doyle Farm Building are specialists in providing all types of agricultural buildings of any size. Everyone wants the highest quality at the best value for money and Eamon Doyle and his dedicated team can give you both.

Based in Coolyhune, Saint Mullins, Co. Carlow (a mere 30km from where the National Ploughing Championships will be staged this year), Doyle Farm Buildings have been providing quality farm buildings since 1989.

This family business prides itself on providing their loyal customers with not only a great product but also a great service from start to finish. They offer a wide range of farm, industrial and domestic buildings, all of which have been manufactured to the highest standard.

Looking for

Slatted Units, Dairy Units, Milking Parlours, Calf Sheds, Stables,

 Stores & Garages

A Frame or Lean To Designs?

Look no further than Doyle Farm Buildings.

They offer different packages depending on their customers’ requirements

  • DIY Package (Supply of raw materials)
  • Kit Package (Steel fabricated to specification and all materials supplied to build a shed)
  • Complete Package (Fabrication, erection and kitting out of a building ready to move in).

In addition, the Carlow based concern also offer a range of Barriers and Penning for ease of use and access in your new farm building.

They also carry an extensive range of high quality products at extremely competitive prices such as RSJ’s, Angle Iron, Channel Iron, Door Track and Wheels, Shed Timbers, Sheeting, Flashing, Gutters and Fittings, Cleats and Plates, Nuts and Bolts, Tek Screws and MIO Paint.

Their vast knowledge and experience in the sector enables their skilled team to provide sound, practical advice and support and a great end product.

“The proper layout is very important and we have built up a lot of trust with farmers over the last 30 years. We are in two or three farm yards every week and we have seen lots of good ideas and some not so good. Every farm yard is different and what works in one might not work in another. On top of that, the more people you talk to the more knowledge you gain. We incorporate the good ideas into our work.  When we call out to a farmer, we always endeavour to give the best advice we can,” Managing Director Eamon Doyle who is assisted in the day-to-day running of the business by his wife Joanne, explained.

Doyle Farm Buildings are fully insured, compliant with all Health & Safety regulations; C2 registered and hold a Current Tax Clearance Cert.

All work carried out by Doyle Farm Buildings adheres to the Department of Agriculture S101 Standards.

Doyle Farm Buildings has achieved compliance with the requirements of I.S. EN1090-1:2009+A1:2011 for CE marking of Structural Steel up to Execution Class 2 (EXC 2) which covers the fabrication of most of the structural steel used in Ireland and the UK. 

This achievement follows a significant programme of investment by the company in a factory production control system which covers stock management, skilled personnel, fabrication equipment and consumables together with the implementation of a regime of continuous inspection and testing of welding and painting procedures.

By achieving accreditation in these standards, this highlights that Doyle Farm Buildings have the ability to fabricate all types of structural steel in a manner which is to the highest standard and full traceability of the product is available.

So, how is business going at this point in time?

“Dairy men are currently investing a lot of time and money in developing their herds and facilities and we are simultaneously benefiting from these investments.  The future does seem to be bright for this sector of agriculture”  Eamon informs us.

“We are currently working on dairy sites in Kilkenny and Wexford and have more to start in the coming months.  In fact the next 12months of work is filling up fast.   We generally working in Carlow, Kilkenny, Wexford and Waterford and most of the enquiries we are receiving at the moment are all to with dairy – milking parlours, cubicles and so on.”

He added: “In fact, we have practically always been busy since we started up the business. There was a bit of slide in the early months of 2009 when the grants finished up but that has been the only slack time we have experienced .  Other than that, we have been kept going all the time.”

If you have any queries regarding Doyle Farm Building’s services, don’t hesitate to get in contact.

Doyle Farm Buildings

Saint Mullins
Co. Carlow

Mob: 087 641 5790

Tel: 059 972 5847

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.doylefarmbuildings.ie

Taken from Irish Tractor & Agri magazine Vol 7 No 6, November 2019