Wynnstay brings together farmers to share leading-edge knowledge
NewsShropshire and Mid Wales farmers have been shown the cutting edge of calf-rearing which could safeguard their animals and the future of their herds at a special event organised by Wynnstay.
Wynnstay Group reveals robust performance
NewsAgricultural supply and retail specialist Wynnstay Group achieved a 'robust' performance last year, despite 'challenging' trading conditions. Although headline profits increased for the year, pre-tax profits fell slightly to £8.4m as a result of costs associated with the recent acquisition of Agricentre.
Wynnstay Group ‘in the pink’ for breast cancer charities
NewsAgricultural supplier and retailer Wynnstay has donated more than £1,000 to breast cancer charities after getting behind an international awareness campaign.
Expansion into New Trading Area with Acquisition of Agricentre & Trading Update
NewsWynnstay, the agricultural and retail group, is pleased to announce that it has reached agreement with T. G. Jeary Ltd on terms for the acquisition of its West Country farm supplies operation, Agricentre, and certain related assets (“Agricentre” or the “Acquisition”). The Company expects to enter into a legally binding agreement for the Acquisition shortly with a view to completing the Acquisition…
Wynnstay invests in dairy team with four new appointments
NewsThomas Stephenson, Stuart Miles, Will Astley and Mark Price have been recruited to the team that gives technical advice and support to farmers and customers throughout the Midlands, Wales and Shropshire.
Wynnstay develop agricultural offering to farmers in Cardiganshire
NewsAgricultural supplies business Wynnstay has today announced that it has acquired the merchanting elements of S Jones & Sons based in Bethania.
Take an integrated approach to help drive beef and lamb businesses thrive
NewsExperts from industries including retail, banking and science said that against a backdrop of market volatility and poor prices, producers needed to look at all aspects of their businesses to see where they could make improvements - and where possible work more closely with retailers and processors to drive efficiencies.
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.