The Irish Farm Buildings Association, IFBA was founded in 1961 and draws its members from farmers, industry, trade, professional organisations etc. from all parts of Ireland.
To further improvement in farm buildings design and layout
To provide guidance to farmers, innovative ideas and technical help to all those involved in farm buildings.
The I.F.B.A. has been a network for many members to exchange ideas with each other on specific aspects dealing with their own situations.
To conduct practical research in farm buildings.
To be in contact with changing trends in other areas and see new ways of doing things.
To provide advice and support to its members on a multitude of issues from the latest grants available to policies and procedures.
To promote knowledge of, and interchange of views on matters pertaining to farm buildings & the countryside
We have organised many tours throughout Ireland, and we have also had successful tours of Scotland, Wales, England, Holland, France, Germany, Denmark, Belgium and Italy.
Presentation at Conferences by experts of international standing.
During this Covid -19 Pandemic the I.F.B.A. continues with virtual meetings and events
At this time we wish everyone well and for anybody who has suffered loss the I.F.B.A sends their sympathy and condolences to them.
Dr Eddie JordanIFBA President
Philip O'DwyerIFBA Secretary
Aidan FitzmauriceCommittee Member
Michael O'KellyCommittee Member
TJ BroderickCommittee Member
Eddie TeehanCommittee Member
JJ LenehanCommittee Member
Tim HydeCommittee Member
Vincent DorneyCommittee Member
Brian O'RourkeCommittee Member
Damien O'DonovanCommittee Member
Breian CarrollCommittee Member
Barry Spillane France 2017Committee
Micheál Brislane DublinCommittee