Reassess your finishing plans to get the best returns from lambs this autumn and winter, sheep farmers told
NewsSheep farmers may need to consider alternative ways to finish their lambs this autumn and winter if they want to achieve maximum returns from their stock.
Wynnstay product scoops top award for helping maximise youngstock potential
NewsAn innovative product which aims to get youngstock off to the best possible start has been recognised for its efforts in helping improve the health, welfare and productivity of livestock.
Wynnstay products help dairy farmers maximise youngstock potential
NewsDairy farmers are being given the chance to maximise the potential of their youngstock thanks to two innovative products being showcased by Wynnstay at this year’s Livestock Event.
Half Year Results For the six months to 30 April 2015
NewsI am very pleased to report that the balanced business model has allowed us to deliver an encouraging first half performance, with underlying* operating profit up 4.9% to £5.13m, despite a difficult backdrop, with poor output prices for farmers.
Specialist Arable Event Returns to the Farming Calendar
NewsMore than 600 people attended The Arable Event at Weston Park in 2014, which was organised by the Wynnstay Group and Grainlink with backing from organisations across the sector. Organisers have now announced The Arable Event will return to the venue on the Staffordshire and Shropshire border on June 17.
Ross Feed becomes part of Wynnstay
NewsHerefordshire based country supplies business Ross Feed became part of Wynnstay in a deal announced on Monday 12th January 2015.
Wynnstay Final Results for the year ended 31st October 2014
NewsWynnstay’s results are pleasing and in line with overall management expectations, with a robust second half contributing to a record annual profit. The trading backdrop was markedly different to the comparable period last year, with price deflation, falling output prices and a significant variation in weather conditions. However the broad business base has once again provided a buffer against the…