Omega Beef Direct

Grass-Fed  Knockmealdown Mountain Galloways, naturally rich in Omega

Why Choose Omega Beef Direct


Omega 3


From our
To Yours

We are Joe and Eileen Condon who, after returning from working in New York in 1992, acquired a rambling tract of hill land upon which we’ve been raising and selling Galloway beef direct to the consumer ever since.

Research has shown that Galloway beef is healthier than most available beef. It is higher in linoleic acids that reduce the dangerous type of cholesterol (LDL). It also has good levels of heart beneficial fatty acids Omega 3 and Omega 6 which overall makes it a healthy beef.

“We believe in the democratic value of our beef being distributed evenly to every customer. It is our belief that our Ultimate Omega Beef Burger is the best way to do this.”

  • Our farmland is certified organic since 1997
  • Our beef is butchered and dry-aged, then blast- frozen to seal in nutrients
  • Packaged in small portions- no waste.
  • Delicious and natural source of protein
  • Direct from us to you

Our simple Promise

“To deliver excellent-tasting, Omega-rich,
Irish  Galloway beef from our
organic hill farm direct to your front door.”

Grazing on over 2,000 acres, high in the Knockmealdown Mountains.

Our Burgers

The Ultimate Quarter-Pounder

Rated 5 stars in “Irish Times” survey. 12 packs of Galloway Steakburgers, 4 burgers per pack, naturally rich in Omega 3 with absolutely nothing added.
Weight per pack = .454 kg. approx. These can be cooked from frozen.


Richard Corrigan - RTE

Wonderful beef from the
Knockmealdown Mountains!

John McKenna - Bridgestone Guide

I source burgers from Joe Condon’s Omega Beef farm and have a bunch of them in the freezer

Conor Pope - Irish Times

It is beautifully lean
and wonderfully juicy

Clodagh Mc Kenna

After a long day filming I was tired hungry and grumpy, then Joe handed me one of his beef burgers: one mouthful and I knew, “This is it; beef burgers don't come better than this!

Irish Food Writers Guild Awards

This award goes to Joe and Eileen Condon who farm close to the Knockmealdown mountains in Co. Tipperary. Here they produce beef, from mountain to marketplace, using farming methods that are a model of sustainability