Monthly Archives: January 2010

Discontinued Products – Enduramaxx Animal Care Range

Discontinued products in the Enduramaxx product range including:

  •            Calf and Lamb Milk feeders
  •            Lamb creep feeders
  •             350L molasses feeder
  •             interlocking calf pen
  •             saddle stores
  •            Horse jumping poles, blocks and wings

There is limited stock availability on some of the above and other animal items.

They are being removed from the website so please contact us for up to date availability.

Submersible Pumps – last few in stock!!!

We have just a handful of Silverline Submersible Dirty  Water Pumps available, 550w and 500 watt models.

Ideal for flood water, if you have been affected by thawing snow, like us!

You can see the 550W version here  and you will find the 500w version here!

Update on Agratech Orders!

Only a handful of Knapsack sprayer orders still outstanding from Christmas backlog.

Thank you all for your patience during the past couple of weeks.

After the snow, we have been flooded at the unit today, so pumping out! (Trying to stay calm), luckily we had some Submersible Pumps in stock!!!!

And then the Sprayer Test Troughs have made useful baths for catching the water overnight.

Normal service will be resumed soon!

Update on Christmas and new year orders!

Well, what a week!!! Bad weather keeps Kids off school, snowed out of the unit and last, but not least, Mr L rushed into hospital yesterday!

BLIMEY!

I am doing all that I can, but order despatch is somewhat behind. (in addition, as Blogged on Tuesday, the couriers cannot get to us because of the snow!)

If you need an order urgently, please email me. Do not phone, as I cannot answer the calls at the moment. Email (sales@agratech.co.uk) with your order number and tell me the date you need items for.

I am doing as much as I can in a limited amount of time, and your patience and understanding is very much appreciated!

Thanks!

Produce more using less, farmers told

DEFRA Secretary Hilary Benn has unveiled a Government blueprint for food policy that will present significant opportunities and challenges for farmers over the next two decades.

Launching the Government’s long-awaited ‘Food 2030’ strategy at the Oxford Farming Conference this morning (Tuesday, January 5), Mr Benn said things can no longer carry on as they are.

The way food is produced, consumed and disposed of will all have to change over the next 20 years in response to a future in which climate change, global demand for food and competition for natural resources all become increasingly important.

Hilary Benn

 Read the full report in Farmers Guardian here

Bad weather and important News about orders – Tues 5th January

Due to heavy snowfall, no couriers are able to reach our unit today. Therefore, no large items (knapsack sprayers etc) will be despatched.

Small items will continue to be posted Royal Mail.

rossendale snow

If you plan to visit us to collect items, please ring first to check that safe access is available. You will find our contact details here