This page is a free service to our customers who have surplus feedstuffs, treated with our preservatives they wish to advertise for sale. Those who are seeking to purchase feeds direct from other farmers either as standing crops, at harvest, or through the winter may also advertise their requirements and it is hoped local growers who may be able to satisfy their requests. Kelvin Cave Ltd. accept no liability for the accuracy of information provided or any financial transactions between advertisers. It is the responsibility of those involved to ensure that all statutory levies are paid when required.

Name:
Richard Baker

Tel:
07977 273568

Address:
Eastfield Farm East Chinnock Yeovil, BA22 9EP

 

 

Items offered:
Standing wheat for wholecrop – 50 acs. In various lots

Preservative used:
Kelvin Cave Ltd’s preservative recommended

Name:
Sam Clarke

Email:
samclarke.cringleber@outlook.com

Tel:
07826 555736

Address:
JE & AC Clarke & Son, Cringleber Farm, Melling, Carnforth, Lancs, LA6 2RG

Items offered:
Crimped spring barley

Preservative used:
CrimpSafe 300

Comments:
Available now from our clamp

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Name:
Charles Davison

Email:
charliedavison@btconnect.com

Tel:
01760 337552
or 07874 427734

Address:
Game Farm  West Bilney  Dodds Lane  Kings Lynn  Norfolk, PE32 1HP

Items offered:
Pea haylage

Preservative used:
Safesil Pro

Comments:
Baled pea haylage – bale weight approx 400 kg
Magnus forage pea
As featured in Knowhow magazine on page 6
https://kelvincave.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/knowhow-A5-spring-2022-web-cropped.pdf

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Name:
Neil Welburn

Email:
tnwelburn@yahoo.co.uk


Tel:
07939 533075

Address:
E & TN Welburn Cross Hill Farm Balbe Goole, DN14 0ES

Items offered:
Crimped grain maize available at harvest October 22 or limited stock through next winter from our clamp

Preservative used:
Crimpsafe 300

Comments:
Weighbridge on farm,
close to M62 and A1 for easy nationwide delivery

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