Limerick farmer raises €25,000 for expansion through Linked Finance

Tommy Relihan supplies milk to Kerry Group

7th August, 2016
Tommy Relihan: This is the third time Ive gone to Linked Finance to raise funding

Limerick dairy farmer Tommy Relihan has completed his third peer-to-peer lending round with Linked Finance, raising €25,000 to invest in his 300-acre farm in Adare, Co Limerick.

Relihan runs Clorane Farm with his father Ned, managing a pedigree herd of 200 Holstein and Friesian cows. He will use the Linked Finance funding to purchase 12 young dairy cows and to convert unused pig houses on the farm to cow cubicles.

“We hope to milk 220 cows next...

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