W.E. Jameson & Son Ltd provide animal feed, farming services & advice to farmers

Animal Feed

W.E. Jamesons supply animal feed to farmers in the North of England.  We offer compounds and blends for dairy, beef and sheep farmers.

Our Animal Feed

Soils & Crops

We supply fertiliser, as well as grass, maize and cereal seed.  We also stock seed for fodder crops and game cover mixtures.
Soils & Crops

Our Services

We offer forage and soil analysis, beef & dairy ration formulation, dairy costings and fertiliser & manure planning.
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Farming Issues

We aim to look at a range of farming issues which we feel are applicable for dairy, beef and sheep farmers; as well as those rearing youngstock.

Farming Help

Agri Store

The Jameson Agri Store stocks everything the farmer needs, from animal health to handling equipment and grassland sprays to rat poisons. We also stock electric fencing, timber and smaller items like spray markers and foot treatments. Farmers will also find pour-ons, drenches & boluses, as well as vaccines such as Heptavac, Ovivac, & Covexin & Bravoxin. Customers can also find everyday essentials including washing powders, bird food, compost, equine feed and pet toys, feed and treats. We also offer micro chipping.

Country Store

Animal Feed Manufacturers

W.E. Jamesons supply animal feed to farmers in the North of England.  We offer compounds and blends for dairy, beef and sheep farmers.  We can also design keymixes to match your forages and the feeds available on-farm.  Our nutritional expertise offers customers efficient solutions to feeding on farm. We also supply a range of soya, rapeseed meal, brewers grains, molasses, fodder beet etc.  We also stock a great range of grass and fodder seed, as well as cereal seed.
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Give and Let Live – with the time you’ve invested, you don’t deserve to lose lambs

05/17/2019

Sheep pregnancy scanners across the UK have reported variable results over the winter with some flocks in some areas carrying 20% to 40% fewer lambs than last year. Farmers are.. read more

Silosolve – the argument against having a silage additive with very high CFU count.

05/17/2019

This is what really happens when you inoculate your silage with too many bacteria…… ….. the bacteria quickly cause a log-jam in a specific area, which “switches on” a chemical.. read more

Choose the right product for fly control this season

08/13/2018

With the unseasonably warm weather experienced earlier this month, some farmers may have already seen populations of biting and nuisance flies in herds of dairy and beef cattle they’d normally.. read more