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        EMM Equine Paddock Care 

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Paddock Maintenance Specialists

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EMM Equine Paddock Care is a small, family run, professional company based near Colne in Lancashire, we cover Trawden and the surrounding towns and villages within the borough of Pendle, offering paddock care and maintenance to horse owners and small holders.

 

EMM-EPC aims to provide the right application at the right time to ensure your paddocks get the best care so that they maximise grass growth, whether it be growth for grazing or haymaking.

All machinery is towed by a quad bike so any paddocks large or small can be worked and compaction is minimised by not using a heavy tractor.

 

EMM-EPC offer complete flexbility as more than one implement can be brought to a site at a time so if your fields need harrowing, and the manure collecting this can be done on the same day, saving you money.

 

EMM-EPC can offer a wide range of services or if you have your own machinery or a local farmer does the work for you and you want to check you are doing the right thing then Scott is happy to come out and give you advice.

 

 

Scott graduated from Hartpury College in 2005 with a Bsc (Hons) Degree in Agriculture and Land Management. Scott has worked on various farms and has always had a keen interest in horses with his brother Ross running an event yard in South Wales and his partner Diane having 3 horses of her own.

 

EMM-EPC was born when Scott noticed that no-one in the local area offered a paddock maintenance service and land owners were reliant on local farmers or large scale agricultural contractors doing the work for them, this meant that heavy oversized machinery was being used in small confined paddocks, and that work wasn't always being done at the optimum time as understandably the farmers and contractors were working on the farmland.

 

Scott has both his PA1 and PA2 spraying certificates and works closely with an agronomist to ensure the most cost effective fertiliser and spray plans are put into place