The Cooney Furlong Grain Company

The Cooney Furlong Grain Company is an agri-trading supplier for the South East Region. Founded in 1998, directors Kevin Cooney and Walter Furlong have between them over 50 years’ experience in the agriculture sector, covering seed, grain and fertilisers. Since 1998, we have grown our agri-trading business to supply a wide range of farm inputs including seed, fertiliser, agrochemicals, agri supplies and animal feed.

We also have three retail branches in Enniscorthy, Wexford and New Ross, which sell a range of items for farm and home including fuel, hardware, footwear, clothing and pet supplies.

50 years experience in the agriculture sector

Core Business

Our core business is the assembly, drying and marketing of grain. An important part of this is our commitment to environmentally sustainable farming and providing our customers with high quality animal feed, seed, fertiliser and agrichemicals. Over the years, we have invested in dedicated grain storage and grain handling facilities to ensure that the grain is stored in optimum conditions. Our agronomy team also work closely with local tillage farmers to source the seed varieties that will give you the best results in terms of yield and grain quality.


As suppliers of grain to the brewing, distilling and malting industries, we have put a very detailed Food Safety Management System in place. The Cooney Furlong Grain Company is certified by the Department of Agriculture, Universal Feed Assurance Scheme (UFAS) and Irish Grain Assurance Scheme (IGAS). Membership of IGAS involves maintaining defined standards of grain growing, grain handling and grain storage.

For our grain suppliers, membership involves adhering to these standards and keeping appropriate records of all inputs used, application timings and rates, transport and storage hygiene practices etc. Obtaining this recognition and accreditation provides reassurance to the farmer that they are purchasing products that are fully traceable and of the highest quality and standard.

Obtaining recognition and accreditation provides reassurance to the farmer

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