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Building a large underground slurry tank

You have only really have one chance to examine an underground slurry tank – while it’s being built and before it has gone into use.

In this article from the Farmers Journal, Paul Mooney discusses the process involved in installing a large underground slurry tank in Co Limerick.

The tank was built by Croom Concrete and we also supplied the cattle slats and passage slabs.


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Allen family safer thanks to new Underpass

Allen family is safer and the yard is cleaner thanks to the new underpass

Seventeen years ago the Allen family of Newcestown investigated building an underpass for their dairy herd but the plan was dropped as it was considered too costly. But the rationale for an underpass did not go away. Cow numbers rose, traffic got heavier and labour more expensive. The road is a busy secondary route linking Bandon and Clonakilty with Macroom.

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Road underpass was turnkey job

In this article from the Farmers Journal, Paul Mooney speaks to Joe O’Donoghue of Michelstown, who decided to fully contract out the construction of a road underpass on his farm.

When it comes to a farm building project some farmers choose to be involved from start to finish. Others take a different approach and hire a good professional, let them get on with it while they can concentrate on running the farm. Both options have their merits.

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