The Company is pleased and proud to be partnered with a number of internationally known organisations who support the work of the Livery through financial contributions towards events and educational aims.
Belton Cheese Limited
Our most recent sponsor is Belton Cheese Limited. The Beckett family have been making award-winning cheese at Belton Farm in Shropshire since the early 1920s, and this tradition continues today.
Belton Cheese is widely recognised as the champions of British territorial cheese, producing consistently high quality cheese. Milk comes from the Belton dedicated group of local dairy farmers who pride themselves on the quality of their grass-fed milk, and the health & welfare of their cows.
Belton’s customers include most of the UK’s leading retailers, specialist delis and cheesemonger, wholesalers and food service organisations as well as export customers in Canada, USA, Australia, Russia, Japan and Europe.
Roythornes is a commercial law practice with a strong focus on agriculture and rural estates, the food sector, commercial property and renewable energy. Their reputation is based on providing practical and comprehensive solutions to the challenges and opportunities faced by business and individual clients. Roythorne's website can be found here.
Savills Agribusiness provides a country wide range of specialised management skills and business advice to meet the requirements of today’s constantly changing integrated farming and rural businesses. Savills is pleased to partner The Worshipful Company of Farmers to sponsor a Nuffield Scholar. The Savills Agribusiness website can be found here.
Europe’s market leading livestock feed manufacturer with annual sales of
8.5million tonnes. In the UK ForFarmers’ portfolio of high performing products
includes compound feeds from their twelve mills and blended feeds from seven
strategically placed plants. They have an extensive range of co-products and
liquid feeds sourced from the human food and bio ethanol sectors, premixes and
straights for the home mix market and forage products.
Agrovista UK, based in Stapleford Nottingham provides specialist agronomy and crop protection products to British Agriculture with roots established over 60 years ago. The company still maintains its traditional values of professionalism, technology and service which makes Agrovista a significant UK supplier of crop protection inputs and advice with around 20% of the crop protection market.
Agri.cycle was set up in 2004 by a farming family with the intention of helping farmers in response to the introduction of EU Legislation regarding the handling and disposal of Agricultural Waste. The company has a network of collection points across the country and most collection points offer a service to collect farm plastic waste and spent cartridges or alternatively the waste can be delivered to it. In August 2015 the company announced a link up with the Worshipful Company’s scholarship schemes.
Frontier is the UK’s leading crop inputs and grain marketing business, recognised for its close customer relationships with farmers and grain consumers and its successful management of the arable supply chain. Formed in 2005, Frontier is jointly owned by Associated British Foods and Cargill plc and employs more than 900 staff across 46 sites nationwide. Frontier supplies seed, crop protection products and fertiliser to farmers as well as providing specialist agronomy advice through a team of 115 agronomists. ‘