More foodie success for Ireland South East as Redmond Farm takes home medals at global steak challenge

Wexford’s Redmond Farm’s world-class steaks have been recognized once again at the World Steak Challenge.

The farm is owned by brothers Tom and Pat Redmond, and the meat is sold directly to customers as well as served at the Ashdown Park Hotel and Amber Springs Hotel (also owned by the Redmond brothers).

Redmond Farm has won for the second year in a row, but this time it was a bronze medal for its fillet and a silver medal for its rib-eye steak.

The challenge, sponsored by Bord Bia, allows producers to showcase their products’ quality, breed, and credentials on an international stage in front of over 50 independent judges.

Redmond Farm in Craanford, County Wexford, is approximately five miles outside the market town of Gorey, is a large farm business spanning 120 hectares of grassland, tillage and vegetable crops. Our beef programme focuses on the rearing of over 500 Angus-cross heifer calves each spring. These cattle are carried through to finish in a coordinated manner so as to consistently produce 10 high-quality heifers per week.

Redmond Farm is a herbicide, pesticide free environment and works under the Origin Green sustainability programme.