Our modern processing plant situated at Eye on the Norfolk/ Suffolk border, is capable of cleaning all the major species grown on farm today from cereals and pulses to oilseed rape and linseed.
We have the experience and infrastructure to clean and certify early multiplication stocks, commercial seed stocks and farmers own stocks.

Mixing and blending of game cover seeds, arable silage and grass seed is carried out on site by qualified and experienced staff.
The plant is also designed to handle larger parcels of grain which often need to be cleaned to reach standards required to obtain commercial premiums.

These may require a rapid turn around, for example when removing admixture, ergot or improving a specific weight.
Arable Silage
We offer a bespoke mixing service for Arable Silage.
Either choose one of our standard blends or make your own personal mix.
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Arable Silage 2014 (1Mb)
Seed treatments
We can apply the latest range of seed treatments - applied by our modern precision seed treatment machinery - including Latitude and Deter for cereals.
Seed testing
We offer an extensive range of seed tests from on farm sample tests (germination etc.) to thousand grain weights and disease checks, on most species of seed.
Seed area
We have a considerable area of crops for seed multiplication every year including cereals, pulses and oilseed rape, and are always on the look out for further area suitable for seed crops both spring and autumn sown.
Seed supply
We offer independent advice and are able to source the latest varieties of cereals, pulses and oilseeds most suited to UK growing conditions.

Please contact us for further details.
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