We are so pleased to be returning to the British Pig and Poultry Fair in 2022 at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, you will find us on stand number 340. Members of our Poultry specialist team will be in attendance to answer questions and tell you about the latest supply chain innovations at Wynnstay.
On the 4th and 5th of May 2022, LAMMA 2022 will commemorate its 40th anniversary at the NEC Birmingham. LAMMA, the UK's biggest farm machinery expo, brings together farmers from all sectors with firms who supply cutting-edge farming machinery, technology, and equipment.
We will be attending the Royal Welsh Grassland event 2022, this year it will be based at Coleg Cambri, Llysfasi, LL15 2LB on the 12th of May.
The Wynnstay distribution department has over 90 HGV vehicles on the road and over 122 employees. For over 100 years, Wynnstay has been delivering feed across the UK, in 2021 we covered more than 1 million miles.
Currently, 75% of the fleet is running on biofuel, we are currently working on higher grades of biofuel and are exploring alternatives such as electric, hydrogen and LPG powered vehicles. The 8 members of Wynnstay’s in-house workshop facility, based at Llansantffraid, work to ensure that our entire fleet is maintained to the highest professional standard.
We speak to Rob Williams, Sales Specialist at Wynnstay to find out about his role within the agricultural industry. We learn about how he came to be in his current role and the challenges faced in such an uncertain cllimate.
The UK Government will continue to offer Countryside Stewardship agreements in2022 and 2023.
Countryside Stewardship will eventually be replaced with the new Environmental Land Management (ELM) scheme. This will follow trialling and testing and a national pilot involving farmers and land managers during the next few years.
We speak to Colin about his background and what his role within Wynnstay involves. As well as finding out more about him, we also ask what a typical day as a seed manager involves and offers his advice for the upcoming season.
Over £6,000 was raised by Wynnstay in 2021 for The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI), when 201 colleagues took part in a challenge to see how many times they could travel 644 miles, the distance between Wynnstay’s northernmost and southernmost stores
Wynnstay Group, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of agricultural products and services, is turning to LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming) to help support its net zero ambitions.
With two seed locations Wynnstay are uniquely set up to provide a far-reaching service. By having one seed office in Yorkshire and another in Shropshire we are able to service a large proportion of the UK arable seed market.
We are also continuously investing and have recently expanded our teams at Shrewsbury and Yorkshire as we look towards the future.