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Do we need Grass-Fed Dairy Products in our diet?

Do we need Grass-Fed Dairy Products in our diet?

Irish Dairy Farming As we all know by now natural products are becoming a huge talking point. In this blog I will be discussing the health benefits of grass-fed Irish dairy products. In Ireland our dairy cows pasture graze for 300 days per year (Weather Permitting)....
Irish Dairy Farming (Winter)

Irish Dairy Farming (Winter)

During winter grass growth has completely come to a halt. Farm animals are usually housed by now. The farmer feeds the housed cattle silage (fermented grass). The farmer cut this preserved grass early in the summer. It has been preserved over the last few months....
West Limerick Lamb Burger Kit

West Limerick Lamb Burger Kit

Cahill’s Cheese are proud to announce that we will be a part of the newly launched West Limerick Burger Kit released by the Dunraven Arms this Spring. The burger must be cooked by the customer but it is very straight forward. The click and collect West Limerick...
A Trip Down Memory Lane

A Trip Down Memory Lane

Cahill’s Cheese has evolved and grown since first production in the 1970’s. In this photo reel we have five labels that were used over the last 40 years. In those 40 years has seen some great changes. During the 70’s Marian and David Cahill began...
Irish Dairy Farming (Autumn)

Irish Dairy Farming (Autumn)

During Autumn grass growth is beginning to slow down. Usually by the end of October cattle are ready to be housed again as the weather gets worse. Come October dairy cows milk yields drop to very low levels which leads to a drying off period. The farmer dries off the...
The History of Cahill’s Irish Porter Cheese

The History of Cahill’s Irish Porter Cheese

Cahill’s Irish Porter Cheese is arguably our most famous and best known cheese. Marian and David Cahill have been making cheese since the 1970’s and haven’t looked back since. Since production began the Cahill Cheese brand has grown strength by...