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Re seed your grassland this Autumn for improved production from forage July 16, 2020

Re seeding older grass swards can significantly improve production from home grown forage

Did you know-
Latest industry figures* confirm -new swards can produce around 22% more production of DM than an old sward
-Around 1/3 increase in energy yielded
-Up top 5x more efficient use of Nitrogen fertilizer applied

Duffields have a comprehensive range of mixtures to suit all situations whether short term silage or long term grazing and silage

We also have root and forage seed and specialist bio diversity  mixtures

Please give us a call
Delivery from 1 acre pack up wards!

grass leaflet 2020

Clamp Buster reseed grass ley

*Source Barenbrug

We’ve updated our Terms and Conditions April 17, 2020

In these unprecedented times of coronavirus Covid-19, we would like to let you know that we’ve updated our Terms and Conditions to reflect the current climate.

Please take a moment to review our updated Terms and Conditions. The clause we have added is under Section 13.

We recommend that you review these carefully, these changes are with immediate effect.

Please click on the link below to review the changes to our Terms and Conditions.

W L Duffield & Sons Ltd and Duffields (SW) Ltd Terms & Conditions

Important Customer information regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) March 17, 2020

We would like to thank you in advance for your co-operation and help with this matter.

Christmas and New Year Feed Deliveries December 17, 2019

For deliveries on 30th and 31st December please place orders by Friday 20th December

For Deliveries 2nd/3rd January please order by 23rd December


Phase Two of the Yeovil Site Expansion Project December 3, 2019

Phase two of the Yeovil site expansion project is now well underway.

After some delays with the groundworks, the steel work was delivered and erected in a matter of days, with the first of the bin cones following the same day.

The crane has since departed to allow for six days of welding to commence in order to fix the cones and the first row of bin panels.

Then a 280 further bin panels will be lifted and bolted into place. Fingers crossed for some dry weather!