Based at Bishops Waltham in Hampshire, the trading portfolio has always been combinable crops, seed and fertiliser, from the outset establishing an acclaimed reputation right across the industry for innovative and progressive initiatives within the grain supply chain.
In lieu of our annual spring barley trials evening, we have created a short update on our views of the barley market.27/06/2020
We have been looking for ways to help combat the challenge which has been presented to us all by the reduction in Oilseed Rape cropping across the UK. For years OSR has been a reliable break crop which has not only offered a reliable financial return, but also a great soil improver for the crop which follows.26/06/2020
During these unprecedented times, our main priority is to look after the health and well-being of our Team, Customers and other members of the General Public.2/04/2020
There appears to be a chance that the rain is relenting and the second half of March might actually become dry and settled. It will hopefully allow you to make a start with what will be a huge spring workload.12/03/2020
As we slowly recover from the damage wreaked by Storms Dennis & Ciara, soils across the country are at or above field capacity and the prospects of an early spring diminish by the day. Forward forecasts look to herald some drier weather beyond the first week of March, we will believe it when we see it!25/02/2020
This years Annual Malting Barley Conference will be held 3rd December 2019.4/11/2019
Warminster Malt has once again just scooped the ultimate brewing accolade by being the malt of choice for this year’s Supreme Champion Beer of Britain, as judged at the Great British Beer Festival at Olympia on Tuesday 6th August. Surrey Hills Brewery, of Dorking, a long standing customer of Warminster Maltings, took the prize with its Best Bitter “Shere Drop”.8/08/2019