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Wynnstay is to acquire Agricentre, the Calne-based chain of eight farming supply stores.
Wynnstay Group is to acquire Carmarthen & Pumsaint Farmers, the Carmarthen-based agricultural supplies firm, for £8.2m.
Wynnstay has acquired Banbury Farm & General Supplies, the Oxfordshire-based agricultural supplier, for up to £0.6m.
Wynnstay has acquired PSB Country Supplies, the Gloucestershire-based agricultural merchant, for about £0.5m.
Wynnstay has acquired Wrekin Grain, the Telford-based grain marketing and agricultural supplier, for £4m.
Wynnstay Group has acquired Woodheads Seeds, the Selby-based seeds supplier, for more than £3m.
Wynnstay is looking to expand its chain of 11 Just for Pets stores with between 20 and 30 new outlets.
Wynnstay has acquired Wilsons Pet Centres, the Bromsgrove-based chain of ten pet stores with 104 staff, for up to £5.8m.
Wynnstay has acquired John Hatton Agriculture, the distributor of animal health products, feed and supplements with sites in Lancaster, Kendal, Skipton, Gisburn and Ulverston, for an initial £0.2m.
Wynnstay has acquired the goodwill and certain assets of Wrekin Country Stores, the owner of agricultural stores in Telford and Stafford, in order to expand its existing chain of 27 outlets.
Wynnstay has acquired MVZ Farm Supplies, the Droitwich-based animal healthcare products distributor, for an initial £0.5m.
Wynnstay has acquired T&M Williams, the West Wales-based agricultural supplies distributor, for £0.3m, as well as Westhope Livestock Supplies of Herefordshire for £0.3m.
Wynnstay Group is planning to open up to 30 Just For Pets stores over the next three years, and would consider making an acquisition.
Wynnstay Group is planning to open Just for Pets pet supplies stores at major sites across the country, with the first opening in Telford in March.
Wynnstay Group has acquired Glasson Group, the Lancaster-based distributor of animal feed materials, for £2.5m.
Wynnstay has acquired Quins Farm Supplies, the Powys-based supplier of animal nutrition products, for up to £0.4m, while its Young's Animal Feeds joint venture has acquired Dollin & Morris, the Staffordshire-based manufacturer of equine and bird foods.
Wynnstay Group is to raise £1.5m in a share placing on Aim to fund the expansion of its agricultural supplies business.