Given the current advice from the government to work from home if possible, we feel that in order to best protect you, your families and employees, as well as ourselves, from the risk of COVID 19 we have decided to suspend farm calls, unless requested by you, with immediate effect.

Hopefully the situation will soon improve if others also follow this advice and we can get back to normal as quickly as possible.

We would like to re-assure you, with the silage season fast approaching, we are very much ‘open for business’ and will be keeping in touch by phone, email and social media to ensure that we continue to provide our complete package of products and support.

Thank you in advance for your understanding and continued custom during these difficult times

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