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gwi1890

Member
Livestock Farmer
Location
North wales
As suggested above, Brinicombe's are a good reliable supplier but they do charge for it.

I have had the same product cheaper from other sources but haven't bought any for a few years because I found it hard buying liquid feed at the best value.

just ordered 2000litres from Brinicombe @ 57p per litre, due to rise 10p in the next few weeks apparently
 

neilo

Member
Mixed Farmer
Location
Montgomeryshire
As suggested above, Brinicombe's are a good reliable supplier but they do charge for it.

I have had the same product cheaper from other sources but haven't bought any for a few years because I found it hard buying liquid feed at the best value.

Two years ago I ordered 1000L from my local Downland rep. He arranged it, after negotiating the product details with the local Rumenco rep (who lives 3 miles away), and then it was delivered from Crediton in a TransAg (Brinicombe) lorry.😂

A cynic might think that, as they work together to supply, they might well collude on pricing too?
 

neilo

Member
Mixed Farmer
Location
Montgomeryshire
Anybody have a idea how much per litre liquid feed is?

I've just ordered 1000L of Downland 16% liquid for 52ppl. Apparently they are doing it in free IBCs currently too.

I'm not in any hurry for it as I only use it at odd times, but after the talk of an imminent 10p rise I thought it could sit in an ibc until the Spring for that...
 

gwi1890

Member
Livestock Farmer
Location
North wales
I've just ordered 1000L of Downland 16% liquid for 52ppl. Apparently they are doing it in free IBCs currently too.

I'm not in any hurry for it as I only use it at odd times, but after the talk of an imminent 10p rise I thought it could sit in an ibc until the Spring for that...
Yes Im not in a hurry really either, but didn’t want to have to pay more for it when I needed it, part of the farm next door came available so I took it ,and I’ve kept on more older ewes than I would have liked, they have plenty of grass ahed of them but think it would be a good idea to supplement them with the easi 22 from mid November on? Younger fit ewes can come home on roots.
 

Agrivator

Member
I had a quote today, Harbro lamb feeder 15%. £386 tote bag, £401 in 25kg bags. Both one tonne delivered 😕
The 25kg bags at an extra £15 seem by far the best buy. Particularly if the empty bags are worth keeping.

But Tarff Valley at St Boswells seem a lot cheaper.
 

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