Leaders in innovation

At Kelvin Cave we are constantly striving for better. Stiff competition in the livestock and dairy industries fuelled by the demands of food producers, tougher legislation, greater traceability in the food chain and volatility in the market for bought-in feed, all combine to present farmers with the challenge of increasing their yields while reducing production costs and overheads.

As farmers ourselves we can empathise more than many of our competitors, and therefore make it our mission to find ways to do things better, sometimes differently, but always ethically and with an eye to the future.

We don’t just sell products – although if that’s all you need, we will. We provide packages that furnish you with the right tools for the job, bundled with limitless impartial advice, on-going technical support, and a friendly and personal service that is so much at the heart of a successful family-run business.

Whether you’re a newcomer to home-grown feed processing, or you’re looking to make a change to something better, call us or visit our website.

We’re all you need to grow!

Latest news

Changing silaging practices leads to championship award

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Can we fix it? Yes, We Can!

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Silage Inoculants Upgraded

For our many organic customers, and those who prefer not to use the power of feed preservatives on their silage,...

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Switching to Clamp Silage Provides Chance To Set Up Best Practice

Switching from entirely big bales to clamp silage involved a leap of faith for Shropshire farmer, Henry Roberts. But he...

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Gearing Up For Summer

With a hint of spring in the air it’s not too soon to think about crimping and grain processing machinery,...

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The silage six pack – For perfect silage, every time

In a year that has seen extreme weather conditions across much of Britain, livestock feeding has become a real challenge,...

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