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Goatsbridge Trout Farm

Goatsbridge Trout Farm on Nationwide

Goatsbridge Trout Farm Featured on Nationwide!

In November 2010, the Nationwide TV crew visited Goatsbridge Trout Farm for a day for a feature on our trout farming operations here in Kilkenny.

Take a look at the video for a look at what happened on the day and a further insight into the running of things here at Goatsbridge Trout Farm.

Goatsbridge Trout Farm is on Kilkenny’s Taste Trail – we welcome visitors! You can find out more about the trail here.

Goatsbridge Rainbow Trout Farm Blog

Introducing Goatsbridge Premium Irish Trout

Hi there,

I’m Mag from Goatsbridge Premium Irish Trout.

On this blog I’m going to share all the news we have as we develop our fantastic Irish trout products. It’s also a place for you to catch up on food related events that we are taking part in, hear about other artisan food producers and join us on the journey as we strive to make the world more aware of our heavenly tasting Irish trout products!

We are also going to share lots of trout related recipes so no excuses for not cooking!



It was another first for Goatsbridge when we participated in Bloom in the Phoenix Park on 27th of May this year. Although sales of my products were important in order to cover the cost of the stand it was’t my primary objective for being there. I could not bring my fresh fish along so I made up lots of smoked trout quiche and pates, products that we hope to bring to market sometime in the New Year.

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Ross Golden Bannon Getting To Grips With A Goatsbridge Trout

Trail Kilkenny Launch

It was only a matter of time before the cobbled streets and castle walls of kilkenny merged with the fertile hinterland to put the city on the map as a “foodie” destination. And boy did we have fun. I just love this picture and especially Helen Finnegan,s look of disbelief on her face . I must say Ross was absolutely fantastic and gave a very thought provoking talk. He said the country has much to be proud of and that the trail is not just a celebration of quality local product but “of civic pride and social engagement that will pay dividends far greater than the simple tasty transaction”.
The idea is that you can pick up a copy of the food trail guide and map ,and plot a gloriously gluttonous path around the county. Looking forward to seeing you all at Goatsbridge this summer.No excuses.!!