Specialising in damaged, distressed, and compromised grains, the company deals with out-of-spec materials that aren't easily marketable. Managing Director Neil Warden says: "Farmers are increasingly looking to optimise all areas that may have previously been overlooked. There will be times when grain becomes damaged, either by pests, storage conditions, or unforeseen events. It's in these instances that Warden Agri can help farmers and grains store operators by operating a discreet and rapid solution." The company operates at both ends of the supply chain and is paving the way with new, low-cost, and sustainable input options.
Commercial Manager Ryan Willey says "Although our core business is regeneration, we've identified a growing need for better-value input options." For example, KalFos a renewable supply of phosphate fertiliser containing calcium and trace elements allowing farmers to make significant cost savings on traditional fertiliser. Also the available supply of Gypsum soil conditioner for application to heavy land types as an aid to making the soil free-draining, more friable, and easier working.