Approved crimping contractors

The crimping contractors listed offer a service independent of Kelvin Cave Ltd. Whilst every effort is made to ensure their competence Kelvin Cave Ltd cannot be held responsible for any damage or loss incurred by third parties.
Lanarkshire
Alexander Renfrew Burnhead Farm, Netherburn, Lanark ML9 3DQ T: 07973 212 454 M: 07973 212 454
DW Lyon Agricultural Contractors Ltd Arthurshiels, Quothquan Biggar ML12 6NB T: 01899 308 412 M: 07831 336 814
McCosh Bros Coulter Haugh Farm, Coulter, Biggar ML12 6PR T: 01899 220 911 M: 07871 821 992
Orkney Isles
C Patterson Nessbreck, Harray
Tormiston Farms Tormiston, Stenness, Stromness KW16 3HH T: 01856 761217 M: 07712 58200
Morayshire
David J Nicolson Moss Side, Dunphail, Forres IV36 2QG T: 01309 611 260 M: 07770 546 303
I Dean & Co Wester Clockeasy Farm, Lhanbrydg, Urquhart, Elgin IV30 8LP T: 01343 842 210 M: 07977 443 101
J McKenzie Wester Craiglands, Fortrose, Black Isle, Inverness IV10 8SH T: 01381 620231 M: 07734 853876
Aberdeenshire
E & M Reid Castle Hill, Rhynnie, Huntley AB54 4LW T: 01464 861289 M: 07719 370100, 07801 475406
Angus
ER Jolly West Mains of Turrin, Rescobie, Forfar DD8 2TG T: 01307 830229 M: 07712 615151, 07712 814929
Kinross-shire
J Thompson & Son Tillirie Farm, Milnathort, Kinross KY13 0RW T: 01577 863 418 M: 07715 005 052
Caithness
J Campbell Bardnaclavan, Westfield, Thurso KW14 7QN T: 01847 871 257 M: 07809 506 623
Messrs Swanson Quarryside Farm, Castledown, Thurso KW14 8SS T: 01847 821737 M: 07719 751236
Stirlingshire
Messrs William Dick & Son Mains of Throsk Farm, Throsk, Stirling FK7 7NE T: 01786 813498 M: 07885 735914
Ayrshire
Mr William P Kerr Helenton Mains, Symington, Kilmarnock KA1 5PP T: 01563 830289 M: 07885 206507, 07713 63900
Argyle & Bute
Pirie James & Son Machrihanish Farm, Drumlemble, Campbeltown PA28 6PT T: 01586 810218 M: 07713 08746
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