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Showcasing a working Mayo sheep farm across the globe

Catherine O’Grady Powers felt she was spending a fortune on her 5,500ac family farm when she returned from the USA to take it over, so she moved into agri-tourism.

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Catherine O’Grady-Powers with her husband Jim on their farm at Glenkeen, Louisburgh Co Mayo Pic Conor Mckeown

Catherine O’Grady-Powers with her husband Jim on their farm at Glenkeen, Louisburgh Co Mayo Pic Conor Mckeown

Catherine with her flock

Catherine with her flock

The visitor Centre at Glen Keen Farm

The visitor Centre at Glen Keen Farm

Jim and Catherine with their sheepdogs Holly, Molly and Liz.

Jim and Catherine with their sheepdogs Holly, Molly and Liz.

Some of the traditional craft items for sale in the visitor centre

Some of the traditional craft items for sale in the visitor centre

Jim and Catherine O’Grady-Powers on their farm

Jim and Catherine O’Grady-Powers on their farm

A view over Glenkeen Farm,

A view over Glenkeen Farm,

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Catherine O’Grady-Powers with her husband Jim on their farm at Glenkeen, Louisburgh Co Mayo Pic Conor Mckeown

Catherine O’Grady Powers grew up on one of the country’s largest sheep farms but left it all behind for the city lights.

After flying high in the USA, she decided to move back to the family farm in Glen Keen, Louisburgh, Co Mayo with her husband Jim.


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