Who are the big feed mills?

Grass And Grain

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Mixed Farmer
Location
Yorks
Livestock men (and ladies),

I need a list of the compound feed millers. Particularly the big players. Wondered if you guys could help me.

We have Thompsons and BATA in our area, but I don't know the regional firms in other areas.

Thanks.
 

silverfox

Member
Location
Shropshire
Wynnstay feeds
Lloyds Wrexham and Oswestry
Mealor feeds
Lea Oakes ( part of Mornflake at Crewe the biggest Oat buyers)
Also a lot of wheat locally goes to big chicken and Egg producers via local merchants GO Davies ( Westbury) ltd
This is Shropshire / welsh borders
 
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Whitepeak

Member
Livestock Farmer
The mills supplying North Derbyshire:
NWF
Carrs Billington
HJ Lea Oakes
Massey Feeds
GLW Feeds
Dugdale Nutrition
SC Feeds
ForFarmers
HiPeak Feeds (organic only)
John Cook
GP Feeds
Mole Valley (not sure if they still trade around here tough)
Plus loads of 'independent' nutritionists and sales reps selling under their own name but made at the mills listed above.

I used to work for one of them, so knew all the competitors!
 

traineefarmer

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Mixed Farmer
Location
Mid Norfolk
WL Duffields in East Anglia and the South Coast
Crown Milling (now part of Cranswick) supply much of the pig and poultry in East Anglia
Allen and Page
Bearts

The biggest players are ForFarmers and ABN.
 

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