The story of Teemore Engineering began in 1973 when Victor Wilson started making products on his home farm using a welder. He was joined by David McMullen.

Small implements such as linkboxes and cattle trailers were built in the early years.

In 1980, pig cubicles and farrowing crates were made, followed in the early 1980s by the construction of steel frames for farm buildings and then meal bins.

A partnership with Easyfix began in 1997 and in the same year, the company began bending cubicles at its premises.

By 2000, Teemore expanded its product range with Agriplastics, and in 2002, the partnership with Jourdain began.

The French company was at the heart of the safety headlock gates which had been launched in 1996 and these became a pinnacle item in the Teemore product range in 2002.

In 2005, Teemore looked beyond Ireland and entered the Scottish market, and in 2008, opened a new yard in England.

By 2009, as business was moving quickly, Teemore became a dealer for Bioret in the UK and Ireland.

The familiar Teemore logo was created in 2009 and in the years 2011-2012 Teemore unveiled a new site and offices – the foundation of where they are today.

In 2017, Teemore introduced AquaStar, the revolutionary cow mattress.

In 2019, Teemore installed an ammonia reduction solution and by 2021, it expanded its product range to include Galebreaker, Clipex and Gallagher.

With guidance from Jamie Robertson, Teemore introduced the concept of mono buildings for calf rearing.

Earlier this year, Teemore personnel visited the Jourdain and Bioret headquarters for product training.

Now next on the list for Teemore is an upgrade of their headquarters building, beginning in early 2024.