Case Studies

Every year growers are faced with different challenges, from adverse weather conditions to increased pest problems and changes in legislation. At Kings we pride ourselves on working closely with our customers to find the best solution for their individual circumstances. To find out more about how different growers have benefitted from this personalised service, have a read of the case studies below.

You can also learn more about our collaborative projects with the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust/Interreg.


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Conservation Crops - Nonington Farms  


Nonington Farms is committed to protecting the environment and building farm resilience, with a strong focus on stewardship while exploring the best conservation crop mixes and onward management to suit the farm. Assistant farm manager, Hugo Dwerryhouse, works closely with Frontier’s commercial lead for sustainable crop production, Richard Barnes, and Frontier farm trader, Guy Hewitt, to support this goal.  Read more... 

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Forage Crops - The Albynes, Shropshire

Many arable farmers are beginning to explore the integration of livestock into their operations and how it can enhance sustainability, improve soil health and boost biodiversity. Hayden Woolley, of The Albynes in Shropshire, has worked with Kings Crops technical advisor, Will Pratt and BCW Agriculture agronomist, Nick Jones, to get the best out of a dual-farming approach.  Read more...

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Green Cover - Gordon Pirie & Son

Green cover now forms an integral part of the cropping rotation at Gordon Pirie & Son on Castle of Auchry Farm in Aberdeenshire, leading to big benefits for the farm’s biodiversity. Farmer, Brian Pirie, has worked alongside Kings Crops technical advisor, Ed Jones and Frontier crop production commercial manager, Steven Penrice, to fine-tune his cover crop mixes and ensure the best benefits to soil health.  Read more...

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Game Cover - Clicker Gundog

Creating a gundog training enterprise has proved to be a journey demanding a mix of technical skill, passion and strategic land management. Clicker Gundog offers gundog training and game shooting access across 1,500 acres of estate land in Worcestershire. Owners, Helen and Chris Phillips, have revolutionised their approach to land and crop management in recent years, working alongside Kings technical advisor, Will Pratt, and Frontier agronomist, Beth Jones-Davies. Read more...

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