Southern Milling is the largest milling company in the south of Ireland. A specialist milling company which produces high performance compound Dairy, Beef, Sheep, Pig and Poultry feeds, at its manufacturing plant in Cork. Experienced nutritionists formulate these products, and bear in mind the significance of performance, quality, and cost to the end user.
Located in the heart of rich farmland, Southern Milling’s animal feed plant in Cork manufactures and distributes a full range of top quality livestock feeds to service the dairy, beef, pig and poultry producing farms in its region. Southern Milling Ltd. has invested heavily in the most up to date feed milling equipment with the latest technology and systems and as a result has one of the most modern feed milling facilities in the country.
An ultra modern fleet of delivery trucks with experienced dedicated drivers ensures a prompt and efficient delivery service to our long established customer base at all times.
Our highly qualified sales team and technical staff ensure that all the up to date nutritional information is supplied to enable customers to make the correct decisions when purchasing our products.
Our dedicated customer service department are available at all times to answer any queries in availability and deliveries of our products and will refer any technical query or pricing query to the relevant sales person.
Southern Milling purchases grain for its feed milling operation from County Cork farmers. This is stored in the company’s grain handling facilities. It also imports ingredients for animal feedstuffs such as;
- Hi Pro soya
- Soya Oil
- Full Fat Soya
- Maize Gluten
- Maize Distillers Grains
- Palm Oil
- Cal Mag
Southern Milling’s High Fertility Dairy Range is heavily fortified with all the minerals which are so essential for the health and fertility of the dairy herd. These minerals are available to the cow in a protected form, which allow for efficient absorption into blood stream. Protected trace minerals are four or five times more available to the animal than conventional minerals.read more