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I've had a wood stove about 10 years - bought wood from many different sources - started buying from Cotters about 4 years ago- by far the best wood supplier I've tried, kiln dried to perfection and starts without the need for kindling - superb product!
David Grey | Facebook
Must say a big thank you to Cotter Bros they dropped a double meter cubed bag of their top class Irish kiln dried firewood to us up at Metac training centre to keep our stove burning on our solid fuel course. 10 out of 10 lads.
Pat Renyolds | Facebook
I've sourced timber logs from many places and Cotter Bros are by far the best in quality with a great price and a pleasure to deal with. Can't see us venturing anywhere else now. Thanks lads!
John Ferguson | Facebook
Very dry wood with little ash. Customer service first class! Highly recommend this company.
Judith O Sullivan | Facebook
Got a bag of wood off these lads on Saturday a pleasure to deal with and the wood is top quality burns hot and last longtime in my stove and burns clean will defo deal with again
Kevin O Connor | Facebook
Great service from Cotter Bros Firewood. I have a log gasifier unit that is very particular about moisture content. Timber is always top class.
John Costello | Facebook
Great quality product, no need for kindling, few cubes of fire-lighters is enough! Very friendly service and excellent value.
Kasia Zabinska | Facebook
As Recently Featured in The Irish Independent, Farmers Journal & Agriland
'There's an experiment going on every day on this farm' by The Irish Independent Jul 7th 2020
Journey by The Farmer Journal Mar 7th 2020
by Agriland Sep 14th 2019
Jack and Nick Cotter are the Cotter Brothers. The boys have been entrepreneurs from a young age, setting up their first business Cotter Bros Firewood aged 13 and 11 respectively. The business has received many accolades since. Recently, Nick received recognition for the Cotter Brother’s entrepreneurial successes from UCC, being awarded a Quercus Innovation/Entrepreneurship Scholarship in 2019 and the firm also were awarded WFQA (Wood Fuel Quality Assurance) certification at the National Ploughing Championships in September 2019. They have maintained WFQA certification since 2013.
The brothers now sit on the Oversight Committee of WFQA working to improve firewood quality nationally and to provide information to other producers on best practice in the industry. Cotter Bros Firewood is a prime example of how the firewood industry is providing local employment and locally sourced renewable fuel, which keeps money in our local economies and boosts enterprise in rural areas.
In 2019 the brothers started their second business, ‘Cotter Organic Lamb’, launched in August at the Cotter Bros Firewood Open Day by Sean Kelly MEP, Councillor Michael Collins and chef Tom Flavin. They direct sell the organic, 100% Grass-Fed, 7 day Dry Aged lamb produced on their farm outside Abbeyfeale. This business won the 'Rising Star' award at the Irish Quality Food Awards 2019.
Jack and Nick are currently working on ‘The Cotter Crate’, their third venture. The Cotter Crate was named as one of 'seven agritech and food start-ups revolutionising the world of farming' by Silicon Republic. The brothers won ‘Best Agri-Engineering Start-up’ and the Alfred Cox Founder’s Perpetual Trophy for the ‘Best Overall Start-up Innovation’ at the 2019 Enterprise Ireland Innovation Awards at the Ploughing Championships. They also won the Engineers Ireland Student Innovator of The Year Award for The Cotter Crate and The Overall ICT Award at the Enterprise Ireland Student Entrepreneur Awards 2020.
In the meantime, they continue to expand Cotter Bros Firewood and are helping develop policy to grow the firewood market nationally through Government support (dSSRH). They are marketing and promoting Cotter Organic Lamb and working to launch ‘The Cotter Crate’ in 2020 along with meeting their own high standards in university studies at LIT (Jack) and UCC (Nick).