Manganese group buy - from £460 per IBC

Clive

Staff Member
BASE UK Member
Location
Lichfield
FarmDeals has a group buy on right now for IBC’s of 15%. Manganese Sulphate at £460 / 1000 L (46p/L)

This is a great price that i dont think anyone else can get near I’ve just ordered x4 but we need to get to 20 IBC’s before the 6th April to get the deal, only the 20 available at this price

This deal only shows if accessed by a browser at the moment as the APP has not yet been updated.

If your not already registered you can do here www.FarmDeals.Ag
 
FarmDeals has a group buy on right now for IBC’s of 15%. Manganese Sulphate at £460 / 1000 L (46p/L)

This is a mega price that i dont think anyone else can get near I’ve just ordered x4 but we need to get to 20 IBC’s before the 6th April to get the deal, only the 20 available at this price

If your not already registered or have downloaded the app you can do here www.FarmDeals.Ag
For info it’s not showing on the app.
 

Clive

Staff Member
BASE UK Member
Location
Lichfield
I'll take 2 IBCs then please, I've signed up for the website but I think it's still being processed.


They will email you an account number etc and a link to download the app within 24hrs, I cant take orders myself but am sure David who is running this will be in touch
 

Clive

Staff Member
BASE UK Member
Location
Lichfield
That’s a good price, paid £470 for an IBC delivered earlier this month.

That's a good price, I've been quoted everything from £490-680 today calling around ? - where is it from? sadly Farm Compare doesn't do trace element prices yet or it would be really interesting to see the range on pricing for this
 

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