Welcome to Talamh Beo

Welcome to Crawford’s Farm

Mimi, alongside husband Owen, farms 28 acres in Cloughjordan, north Tipperary; a farm that has been passed from Owen’s grandfather and mother. Together, they have built Crawford’s Farm out of a desire to live well, eat well, connect with nature, put their ideals into practice, and ultimately to contribute positively to the world of food and farming systems.  

Their overall goal at Crawford’s Farm is to produce traditional, wholesome, organic foods that they feel good about feeding to themselves, their families and their neighbours – food that is raised consciously, ethically and according to nature’s brilliant design. Find out more about their farm in the videos below.


The Crawford Farm Tour

Join Mimi as she shows us around Crawford's Farm in County Tipperary. We are starting with an amazing clip of her pigs - because who doesn't love a video of pigs?! Be sure to check out the other suggested videos showing the farm's hens, ducks, cows and even new born chicks! The entire farm is certified organic by the Organic Trust and the Crawfords believe in a scalable, regenerative model for the future of animal farming.

meet our eip soil biodiversity project

Specialists & Participants

Find out more about our project participants and their farms. Learn how they will benefit from their EIP Soil Biodiversity Project participation, and follow their journey through regular news and video updates.

Hands & Soil

Our Funding Partners

The Soil Biodiversity Literacy and Enhancement project is an EIP (European Innovation Partnership) project being administered by The Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine. The Project is funded by the EU Recovery Instrument Funding under the Rural Development Programme 2014-2022