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Going through the mill - Mill & Mix upgrade transforms the working day

Finishing 800 store cattle on the farm every year and processing all of the stock’s grain through a small static mill, the Wilcock family from Gladden Hey Farm in Wigan knew the time had come to upgrade their system. Comprising a family partnership of David and his son Martin with his two brothers and nephew, the team – which also runs a busy haulage business – was keen to streamline the farming day and cut the hours of labour spent preparing cattle feed.

Top Gear - That Really Packs a Punch!

Henry Ford was once quoted as saying of his iconic Model T motorcar that “you can have it in any colour you like, so long as it’s black.” Yet, despite his somewhat intransigent attitude to customisation, he went on to become one of the most successful car makers of all time.

Going Through the Mill

Mill-and-Mix Upgrade Transforms the Working Day

Finishing 800 store cattle on the farm every year and processing all of the stock’s grain through a small static mill, the Wilcock family from Gladden Hey Farm in Wigan knew the time had come to upgrade their system.

Comprising a family partnership of David and his son Martin with his two brothers and nephew, the team – which also runs a busy haulage business – was keen to streamline the farming day and cut the hours of labour spent preparing cattle feed.

KC’s SilaPactor Receives Award for innovation

The team at Kelvin Cave Ltd is celebrating a major industry award, having returned home from the Royal Welsh Show with the prestigious Dr Alban Davies Trophy.  The prize was awarded for the SilaPactor – the heavyweight implement which has the capacity to increase the density of silage by as much as 40% – which fought off competition from every machine exhibitor at this major farming event.

New trailed model of KC Bruiser 600 for mobile grain rolling

On-farm feed preservation and grain-processing specialist, Kelvin Cave Ltd, has launched a new trailed version of the smaller of its two British-built grain rollers. The KC Bruiser 600, which will be on display for the first time at the Yorkshire Agricultural Machinery Show (YAMS) on Wednesday 4 February, adds a new level of flexibility to this popular range.

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