Company Overview

Fane Valley Feeds is one of the largest animal feed manufacturers in Northern Ireland with an annual production capacity in excess of 300,000 tonnes. Our mills are committed to producing the highest quality dairy, beef, sheep, pig and poultry feeds formulated to meet the needs of our customers.

With manufacturing sites in Omagh and Newry, and a modern and efficient fleet of delivery vehicles, Fane Valley Feeds is well positioned to service Northern Ireland and the border counties of Louth, Monaghan, Cavan, Leitrim, Sligo and Donegal.

Feed Solutions

At Fane Valley Feeds we offer a wide range of feed and nutritional solutions to meet the needs of high-performance livestock across the dairy, beef, sheep, pig and poultry sectors. We understand nutrition and are focused on innovation and the development of high-performance feeding solutions to meet the needs of our customers.

Technical Expertise

We take pride in being able to deliver industry leading technical support and advice to our customers across the ruminant and monogastric sectors. Our technical support team and technical sales specialists are highly skilled and trained to ensure innovative nutritional solutions, as well as maximising performance, efficiency and farm profitability. Through on farm research trials, we are continually developing improved and innovative feeding concepts.

Pullet Rearing

We are Northern Ireland’s largest independent pullet rearer, rearing pullets for free range and organic egg production. Operating to the highest welfare standards we rear over 1 million chicks annually, taking them from day old to the point of lay at 15 to 17 weeks of age, supplying leading commercial flocks across Northern Ireland and Great Britain.

Sustainability & Environmental Focus

At Fane Valley Feeds we are passionate about the environment and ensuring we operate responsibly, to reduce our carbon footprint and ensure we leave the planet a better place for future generations. We continually invest in new technologies and equipment to ensure more efficient and sustainable production, as well as reducing our CO2 emissions, energy consumption and water usage across the business.

Latest News

Correct dry cow nutrition especially during the close-up period, is essential for optimum performance in the next lactation, both in terms of milk yield and fertility, and to reduce the incidence of metabolic disease during the fresh period. The Role of Calcium There are many aspects of dry cow nutrition that need to be considered,…

Reducing the age of first calving (AFC) to 24 months is now the target on most dairy farms, given the associated benefits of reduced rearing costs, higher lifetime yield and increased longevity. This is still a challenge on many farms as NMR’s most recent key performance indicators show that the average AFC is 26.5 months….

Dry matter intake is the key driver to maintaining performance at grass and can fluctuate dramatically due to a multitude of factors. It is essential to take a flexible approach when considering potential ‘litres from grass,’ considering grass quality on the farm and variable weather conditions. Under optimum grazing conditions, cows have the potential to…