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Seminal Scottish Feed Mill Opens with Eye on Farmer Costs

12 August 2015, at 6:00am

UK, SCOTLAND – Scotland’s first new intake-to-product feed mill for many years opened last week, promising to run a tight ship to pass cost savings on to farms.

The combined Mole Valley Farmers and John C Ferguson site at Coylton, Ayrshire, will produce 140,000 tonnes of blended and compound feeds servicing farms across central Scotland and northern England.

The mill is the most efficient and low cost mill in the Mole Valley Farmers portfolio, according to Alan Callaghan, Mole Valley Farmers Head of Feed.

“This is the most efficient and low cost mill within Mole Valley Farmers,” said Alan. “We are looking to minimise production complexities and maximise production runs, to deliver what farmers need.”

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