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Welcome to Farm Forestry Co. Ltd.

Formed in 1985 the company has primarily acted as forestry consultants and contractors to private woodland estates, but as a result of disenchantment with the lack of choice in tree protection we have over the past 5 years developed and trialled the British Continental Fine Mesh Shelter as an alternative to tube type protection.

Continental Fine Mesh Shelters are manufactured under contract by a leading plastic mesh manufacturer in the UK, Balance Fine Mesh, and Eclipse Shelters are made under a similar arrangement with an alternative manufacturer, within the EEC.

In 1999 the company invested in a new production line in partnership with an existing family owned plastics company to manufacture Spiral Shelters.

Quality of manufacture is foremost - all products are used ‘in-house’ and trialled extensively throughout the UK. We feel that this gives us a leading edge on our competitors.

As foresters, we are primarily interested in growing trees and believe that the cost of protection is a necessary evil.

We continue to be amazed at how many high-cost tree shelters are currently used, many of which give rise to excessive maintenance costs, often needing to be cut off the trees they set out to protect.


F. R. PLOWDEN
DIRECTOR

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