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Ongoing Investment at William Morfoot Ltd

2021 has seen our business continuing to develop and grow with a number of new employees joining our team as well as the continuing investment in our machinery and equipment fleet.  With the company’s activities and operations continuing to expand, new core equipment has been purchased which included a number of new trucks, a specialist

Harvest is here!

  The arrival of the summer months always represents a busy time for our Land Drainage teams.  Fields becoming clear provides a gateway for new land drains to be installed across the empty fields prior to the next crops being drilled.  From salad and Veg fields to farms growing cereal crops, the underlying requirement of

Before and After…

In the heat of the summer, the memories of the long and exceedingly wet winter quite rightly have faded as thoughts turn to gathering in the harvest and getting new crops sown in the autumn.  However, the effects of last winter are still very much on display and our drainage teams have remained very busy

Cereals Event – 30th June & 1st July 2021

After 15 months of so much disruption created by the Pandemic, we are delighted to be exhibiting at Cereals Event at Boothby Graffoe in Lincolnshire on 30th June and 1st July.  The event offers a comprehensive platform for the Farming industry to showcase the very latest in what it has to offer.  It also provides

Kenhill Wetland to Host Springwatch

In the winter of 2019/20, our team spent several months working at the Kenhill Estate in North West Norfolk delivering part of a pioneering project masterminded by the estate involving the transformation of a large slice of the estate back to a rewilded landscape.  This involved taking arable land out of production, re-wetting previously drained

Latest Wetland Project Delivered

Over the last few weeks, we have been working closely with Norfolk Rivers Trust to transform some low lying meadows in North Norfolk  into something rather special.  The meadows have a stream running through the centre of them which over the years has been heavily dredged with the ground either side being used for summer