WELCOME TO LISDUGGAN FARM FOODS
A family tradition since 1880.
At Lisduggan Farm, our ethos has always been laser focused: quality meat production. We are devoted to curating and crafting meats with a unique touch of creativity from our head butcher Trevor Cunningham. Lisduggan Farm originally spread across 200 acres of Lisduggan in Waterford City. Today, Lisduggan Farm is a factory setting on the North Quays of Waterford City. The factory license is one of very few licenses across Ireland to allow Beef, Pork & Chicken meat production.
Handed down over eight generations of Quinlan Butchers, no matter where Lisduggan Farm is located, our family passion ensures quality produce remains at the forefront of our efforts…
A family business driven by
A PASSION FOR CONTINUOUS
CREATIVITY THAT PRODUCES
Trevor Cunningham has amassed over 50 years in different segments of the butchery trade.
At 16 years old, Trevor took over four family shops on a temporary basis due to the sudden passing of his father. Trevor remained in the butchery trade since, initially wholesaling meats across Ireland from Shannon and West Cork to South Leinster. With a change in economic climate – Trevor reverted back to supplying retail and restaurants. In the late 90’s retail started to diminish with bigger supermarkets having their own butchery counters. Trevor went on to purchase the old Meadow Meats factory in Waterford City only a stones throw away from the original family Liduggan family farm.
A family tradition and business since 1880.
Our founding fathers opened Lisduggan Farm for distribution of our meats.
Abattoir founded in Dye Hour Lane.
Four Quinlan butcher shops opened in Waterford City.
Paddy & Maurice Quinlan found the Waterford Meat COOP just 100 yards from the site of the current Lisduggan Farm Foods factory.
Supply of bully beef pack to soldiers in both the Irish and English armies.
Purchase of old Meadow Meats factory in Christendom, Waterford City.
Lisduggan Farm Foods Handcrafted Meats
Multi award winning products handed down through the generations adapted to modern tastes and requirements.