Grianan Estate farm, showed a growth in earnings in the first eight months of this year, reports IrishTimes.ie
Revenues advanced by 3.3% to €47.5 million for Donegal Investment Group (DIG). This was reportedly due mainly to a growth in it’s produce division. The group’s three main divisions produce, food-agri and associates all recorded improved performance.
The firm said in a statement: “During the course of the coming year, the group will continue to review options to further release capital from non-core businesses and assets and has recently marketed the Grianan Estate farm.”
Grianan Estate which is based in Co.Donegal and is one of the largest farms in Ireland was put on the market earlier this year with a guide price of €17 million.
DIG manages operations across Ireland, the U.K., Holland, France and Brazil.
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