History

All at Scurmore pedigree and the bostonia herd are very proud of our past, with our tradition and knowledge of pedigree stock.

Edward Feeney

Pedigree stock and the Feeney family go back many years. In the 1930s Edward Feeney was one of a few farmers from the west of Ireland to purchase on Aberdeen Angus bull at the RDS Spring show in Dublin. This tradition continues on with our herd of charolais which have been exhibited at all major shows and sales in Ireland and Scotland. Progeny from our herd can now be found on many farms throughout Ireland and the UK.

Brendan and Greg Feeney along with their dedicated staff have developed the 250 acres farm at Enniscrone Co.Sligo into one of the most modern pedigree and commercial farms on the western sea board.

Scurmore Pedigree Farm 250 acres site Enniscrone Co. Sligo

The Owner
Brendan and Greg Feeney

Brendan and Greg Feeney have always been involved in Agriculture. Helping out on the family farm with their parents in 1970s/80s before emigrating to Boston, where they went on to establish the FEENEY BROTHERS UTILITY SERVICES.

Brendan and Greg now spend time in Boston and on the farm in Ireland, where they liaise with their staff to achieve the best farming practice and produce world class pedigree stock along with the commercial herd.