Quality livestock handling products from O’Donovan Engineering including animal feeding, handling, penning, and more.
We have over 40 years experience designing and fabricating custom solutions for industry.
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O’Donovan Engineering, Over 40 Years In Business
O’Donovan Engineering is a progressive, family owned and operated company located in Coachford, Co Cork, Ireland, founded in 1978.
We specialise in the design and manufacture of quality, innovative livestock housing and handling equipment. To make quality products you need top class materials. Here at O’Donovan’s, we source materials from all over the world to bring you a well-made product with the best Lifetime value possible. Price is not just what you pay on the day you buy, it is also the cost of maintaining and renew that item, and this is where no one in the market can touch us, the lifetime value of our products.
With 40 years’ experience in the market, we have the solutions to make your farm work for you. Our experienced sales and engineering team will work directly with you to design the optimum layout penning, feeding, drinking, and handling facilities in your new or existing farm building.
The company employs 42 people, with sales, design, manufacture and support teams working on ISO-9001-2015 standard providing superior products to both Agriculture and Industrial Customers. O Donovan Engineering is now CE Certified to EN 1090 – Execution Class 2. Weee registration number IE 00849WB
If you have any questions or would like additional information about any one of our products or services, call O’ Donovan Engineering, Coachford on 021 7334066 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively use our enquiry form here and a member of our team will be in touch ASAP.
O’Donovan Engineering on Google Maps here. Postcode: P12CX67
Monday – Friday: 8.00am to 5.00pm
Saturday: 10.00am – 1.00pm
Sunday – CLOSED
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