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Spring Open Day

O’ Donovan Engineering – Irelands leading manufacturer and supplier of livestock equipment for over 35 years – invites you to our. Open Day Saturday 12th April 2014 10am to 6pm at our premises; In Coachford Co. Cork

Special offers on the day


Full range of products on display

O’Donovan Engineering Open Day & Sale

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Click here to preview some of this weekends special offers

Click here to preview some of this weekends special offers

O’Donovan Engineering are inviting farmers nationwide to visit their stores and display area this Saturday 12th April for their Spring Open Day. The open event, which will be held on their premises in Coachford Co. Cork from 10am to 6am, will give visitors the opportunity to avail of exclusive one day offers across the range of Cattle, Calf and Sheep Equipment.  This is also an opportunity to check out some new exiting new additions to the company’s already extensive product range.

An experienced team of sales and engineers will be on hand to discuss any planned projects with advice on best practice and functional layouts. O’ Donovan Engineering has worked with both Irish and international customers in the Agri-sector for over 35 years.  The factory, stores and display area located on their original family farm employs 33 full time staff.

Damien O Donovan, company founder, is passionate about manufacturing in Ireland and retaining skills in the industry. “Continuing to manufacture in Coachford allows us to offer truly functional & robust solutions to our partners in the Agri-sector. We are not constrained by providing only mass produced imported items – every farm is unique and we work directly with our customers to make their farms safe, efficient & comfortable for both animal and operator. We are looking forward to welcoming customers, old and new, to the premises on Saturday.”

Check out sample offer previews. If you can’t make it on this Saturday, Stores and Display are open Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5pm.

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