Platts Partner With Another Welsh Family Business To Bring A New Line Of Products!

We are excited to be working in partnership with Gower Granary, to supply their quality baled straw and haylage products! We’ve teamed up with another Welsh family business based near Swansea to distribute their products Nationwide, using our established sales and transport capabilities…  

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Apr
26
2023
Apr
26
2023

Gower Granary, like Platts, are a family-run business, originally from Carmarthenshire before moving to the Gower in the 1960’s and falling in love with Paviland Farm, on the Rhossilli coast. Many locals can recall working on the arable farm over the years – which rings true for the local community around Platts in Wrexham, with many of our staff current and previous living in the local community. Matching up with our values here at Platts Gower Granary are striving to offer quality, convenience and value for their customers. 

After recently being awarded several awards for sustainable business practice, including ‘Excellence in Sustainability from the West Cheshire and North Wales Chamber of Commerce, it was important for Platts to collaborate with a company who are striving to operate sustainably. Gower Granary’s aim is to create sustainable Welsh products that improve animal welfare- with obvious synergies with our goals here at Platts Agriculture. 

We’ll be stocking 4 Gower Granary products; Premium Haylage, Premium Hay, Premium Chopped Bedding straw and Premium Chopped Rape Straw– all developed to be quality . The products Gower Granary offer compliment the bedding we currently offer well. With demand for bedding at a high, we are sure the partnership is going to be a long lasting one and we are excited to see what the future holds for Platts and Gower Granary.   

You can read more about the Gower range here BALED PRODUCTS or contact us for advice on your equine or cattle bedding!  

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