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12

Dec

2016

Christmas open event for refurbished Craven Arms store

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Our Craven Arms store will be holding an open event on 12th December to show case their refurbished store. It's a great chance to stock up on favourites with a 10% discount across many products.

18

Oct

2016

Harper Adams student secures Wynnstay award

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Each year Wynnstay is delighted to recognise the efforts of a student at Harper Adams University to advance knowledge in our industry. This year’s prize has gone to Rosie McGowan, from Northumberland, for her outstanding research project.

2

Sep

2016

Wynnstay hosts sector showcase for sheep and beef farmers

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More than 500 people flocked to the Beef and Sheep Event at Welshpool Market, which saw a host of sector specialists debate some of the issues dominating the industry.

6

Jul

2016

Fertiliser prices following Brexit

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With the full impact of the Brexit vote still unknown, David Mitchell, Wynnstay Fertiliser Manager, looks at the immediate and possible long-term implications for the fertiliser market and farm businesses.

29

Jun

2016

Wynnstay Group Plc Hails Robust Interim Results

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Agricultural supplier and retailer Wynnstay Group Plc has revealed interim results which it says are robust and in line with management expectations.

9

Jun

2016

New concept store is a great success - Bessie & Boo

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Bessie and Boo has been designed to offer its customers a relaxing, enjoyable shopping experience whilst receiving the same excellent customer service and expert advice that they have come to expect from any Just for Pets store.

8

Jun

2016

Wynnstay Group main sponsor of Royal Welsh Grassland Event

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On Thursday 9th June the Rhug Estate will be holding the Royal Welsh Grassland Event. As a major supplier of grassland and livestock inputs, Wynnstay Group Plc will be a main sponsor of the event.

27

May

2016

Sheep Lameness Workshops

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Sheep farmers attending a flock lameness reduction workshop in Newtown and Pwllheli on 25th and 26th May respectively, heard how implementing the industry accepted five-point plan and sticking with it can reduce disease incidence to less than 1% within three years.
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