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Brown’s in hot demand

IMPRESSIVE client growth and a resounding reputation for providing quality stockfeed to Gippsland farmers have resulted in further expansion of Browns Stockfeed.

Based in Leongatha, brothers and managing directors Chris and Cameron Brown have continued to develop the bulk stockfeed business to incorporate a rural merchandise store in 2014 and now Browns are pleased to announce the upcoming opening of a second mill in the Maffra area.

Browns Stockfeed administration representative Freya Cornelissen said the need for the Maffra mill is a strong indication of the ever growing customer base and farmers’ confidence in the well established local family business.

The second mill will increase Browns Stockfeeds’ capacity to provide bulk stockfeed to its growing client base of local farmers, and maintain their ability to provide prompt and reliable service.

Browns rural merchandise store managers Cameron Kindellan and Tim Sargant can also assist clients with many varied and extensive farm product enquiries.

With this in mind, now is an ideal time for reseeding tired paddocks.

Browns Stockfeed is the exclusive distributor of PowerPak pasture mixes, formulated by PGG Wrightson Seeds.

Perfect for Gippsland conditions, PowerPak blends will ensure your stock are well fed during the harsh winter months.

Browns Stockfeed suggests talking to the experts about appropriate feed, as choosing the right varieties is pivotal for meeting feed requirements and repairing pasture damage following the recent dry summer.

“Sprinter” has been classified as highly advantageous as it is a fast establishing blend of tetraphloid annual ryegrasses, which promises excellent results and delivers quick feed right until next summer.

With March almost out the door, and April on the way, farmers are on the cusp of another season change.

The upcoming Farm World exhibition is the perfect opportunity to speak with a nutritionist and the expert staff on site.

Browns Stockfeed also suggests planning ahead and getting ready for such jobs as fencing and drenching over the next few months.

As a distributor of Gallagher electric fencing products, Browns Stockfeed can help you cut the time and effort of traditional fencing for a more proactive approach to farming.

Browns Stockfeed will have some great Farm World deals, including 10 per cent off all Gallagher products, and are willing to share their product knowledge with interested farmers.

Browns Stockfeed prides itself on providing exceptional customer service, and since opening the rural merchandise store have added a delivery truck to their fleet enabling all your farm purchases to be delivered to your farm, from bulka bags of calf feed to packs of fencing posts.

Don’t miss out on your chance to stop by and have a chat with the guys from Browns Stockfeed at Farm World 2016.

Hay help: from left, Browns Stockfeed managing directors Chris and Cameron Brown can help local farmers source hay and other feed supplements in preparation of the upcoming winter months.

Hay help: from left, Browns Stockfeed managing directors Chris and Cameron Brown can help local farmers source hay and other feed supplements in preparation of the upcoming winter months.

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