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Brand Ambassador Sarah Charnley

Hi All My name is Sarah Charnley and I have proudly been part of the Emerald Green Feeds family since 2015/16. The support the team has given me has been unbelievable and I cannot thank them enough. I am an eventing nut and have enjoyed the sport for many years. …

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#BackBritishFarming

It’s been in the press so much over recent years with all the political back and forths, mid-September saw another fantastic social media campaign for #BackBritishFarming, it seems only right to talk about our 100% British feed range. The whole range of Emerald Green Feeds is grown and produced on …

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Bread and Butter Feed

I think it’s safe to say the Emerald Green Feeds Grass Pellets are our bread and butter, they are the most popular product in the range, a staple for every feed room. There’s nothing complicated about the Emerald Green Feeds Grass Pellets, there’s no fancy marketing gimmick or huge secret, …

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Flossie England – Brand Ambassador

Hi, I’m Flossie England and I have been a Brand Ambassador for Emerald Green Feeds since 2016. When it comes to four-legged friends, at our yard we have four, two of them are still being ridden and two of them are retired. When I’m not down at the yard or …

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110% Traceable

Emerald Green Feeds as a brand, is unique in so many ways, one of them being the fact that all the products in the range are 100 % traceable in fact we’re so confident we’d say 110%. As a family business, the daily running and processes are closely overseen allowing …

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Kaci & Elise Cadman

These two young Brand Ambassadors are sisters that share the same passion and energy for horses. Here’s a short video to help you get to know them a bit better.

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Meet the Team – Mark Poucher

I’m Mark Poucher and I don’t really have a specific job title here at Emerald Green Feeds none of us does, but I basically manage the field operations for the grass and alfalfa harvesting. I’m usually the one in the field driving the forage harvester. I’ve worked at home for …

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Producing the Goods…

There’s little point in reinventing the wheel when it comes to talking about the production of our amazing Grass Pellets, check out this quick video and see how they are made.

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Lodge Farm, the History.

Over 100 years ago Albert Poucher purchased Lodge Farm, Bardney Dairies. At that point, the farm was a ‘mixed farm’ growing a variety of crops and managing several different animals. 5 generations later the family is still farming at Lodge Farm. In the early years on the farm, the focus …

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