Cork Farm Machinery are extremely proud of our hard working team. In 2022 we grew our business and are now employing over 28 highly skilled employees. The management at CFM are extremely proud of its hard-working team and look forward to many happy years of working with this team.
Rosarie Crowley is the Managing Director of Cork Farm Machinery and associate’s sister companies. Having graduated with a Business & Finance degree in 1997 she went on to study to become professional accountant while working within the drinks and pharmaceutical industry. During 2003 she joined the family business as a Business Manager working alongside her father Frank until his retirement in 2012 when she took on the role of Managing Director. During this time, she was exposed to all areas of the business and gained invaluable experience.
Ger Spillane joined Cork Farm Machinery in 2006 as a sales rep covering South and East Cork. Coming from a farming background with an interest in farm machinery he hit the ground running. Ger is a keen GAA man, having represented Cork as a county footballer on many occasions.
Alec joined Cork Farm Machinery in 2002 as an apprentice in our service department where he trained to become a qualified mechanic. From 2002 to 2010 Alec worked in both CFM and CFM East. Coming from a dairy farming background and always a keen interest in machinery, Alec joined our sales team in 2016. To this present day Alec looks after sales in the West Cork area. In his spare time Alec enjoys farming at home.
Kevin joined the Cork Farm Machinery team in 2020 as a member of our parts/stores department. Kevin quickly progressed to being a member of our sales team. Coming from a beef and sheep farming background in Millstreet, Kevin quickly progressed in the sales department. Kevin looks after sales in the North Cork area. In his spare time Kevin enjoys watching GAA matches.
Danny joined Cork Farm Machinery in 2015 as an apprentice mechanic in our service department. Coming from a farming background in Ovens and always had a keen interest in machinery. Danny is now fully qualified since 2019 as a service mechanical technician.
Coming from Innishannon Ronan joined Cork Farm Machinery in 2019. Ronan has a keen interest in agri machinery and his spare times enjoys working on cars and tractors. Ronan is training as an apprentice in our service department to qualify as a mechanic.