BOCM Pauls

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BOCM Pauls
Manufacturer
Industryanimal feeds
Founded1992
Area served
United Kingdom
Productslivestock food
Websitewww.forfarmers.co.uk/ Edit this on Wikidata

BOCM Pauls Limited was a British animal feed company, established in 1992 by the amalgamation of two existing businesses.[1]

BOCM Pauls manufactured and sold animal feed in the United Kingdom and abroad.[2] It offers feed for farm animals, pets and game birds. The company also offers beef compounds, dry feeds, moist feeds, minerals, organic products, together with forage products, such as fertilizers, grass seeds, maize seeds, and silage additives. It sells its products through a network of distributors around Europe.

History[edit]

Pauls Agriculture was founded in Ipswich in the early 19th century, initially to trade in malt and barley for the brewing industry. This expanded into trading of maize and other foods for horses. From the early 1900s, they started to produce food for other animals too.

BOCM Silcock, originally British Oil and Cake Mills Ltd. also started in the 19th century and was one of the earliest crushers of oilseeds to produce vegetable oils for human consumption and the manufacturing of soap. The by-product of this process, the oilseed cake, was a good source of protein for animal feed.

Pauls Agriculture and BOCM Silcock merged in 1992 to form BOCM Pauls.

The company is now branded ForFarmers.[3]

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