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Rumenco is an independent company which has been helping livestock farmers for over 40 years to maximise animal performance from home grown feeds. Our name and reputation for quality nutritional products are well known throughout the farming industries of the United Kingdom and Ireland.

We pioneered feed blocks and through innovation and research-based initiatives, we have maintained our lead in the market for ruminant supplements. We have also invested heavily in quality standards across all departments of our business to enhance customer confidence in our products and service.

HQBurton upon Trent, GB

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Employees (est.) (Jan 2020)34(-12%)
Revenue (FY, 2018)£46.7 M(+5%)

Rumenco Office Locations

Rumenco has an office in Burton upon Trent
Burton upon Trent, GB (HQ)
Milford Drive
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Rumenco Financials and Metrics

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Rumenco Revenue

Rumenco's revenue was reported to be £46.70 m in FY, 2018

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Rumenco Online and Social Media Presence

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Mitigate the wet pasture challenge to out-wintered pregnant stock

Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 12/20/2019 - 11:49       The high rainfall and saturated ground conditions throughout autumn and into early winter have left pastures lacking in nutrients for out-wintered suckler cows and ewes.   “In many areas of the country, rainfall has been so substantial tha…

Proven Value of High Protein Creep Field

    Suckler calf production study highlights the importance of research to re-evaluate the nutritional requirements of the modern beef animal. The work has identified the cost-effective benefits of creep feeding calves with high protein diets, to maximise genetic potential.  Creep feeding bene…

Winter Feeding: Critical to lambing returns

  Ewe body condition impacts directly on a good lambing season. Whilst this has already been addressed during tupping it is also important for the ewe to maintain body condition throughout mid pregnancy to ensure the production of strong and healthy lambs in the spring. Once pregnancy is establis…

Not Even Fresh Grass Can Deliver The Full Package: Summer Grazing FAQs

  Green pastures packed full of nutritional goodness offer cattle and sheep producers a period to cut back on supplementation. Whilst this may be true for energy and protein, the opposite can be said when minerals and vitamins are concerned. Laura Drury, Rumenco Technical Adviser, answers some of …

Don’t be Fooled by UK Summers Where Heat Stress is Concerned

  Rising summer temperatures have been matched by rising summer milk prices meaning that any reduction in output will now have a larger financial impact.  With dry matter intake (DMI) typically being the first driver of output and cow performance then every 0.5kg reduction in DMI can lead to aroun…

Spring grass flush: Managing the risk

    Estimations suggest that 1% of cattle in the UK will experience clinical grass staggers, with up to 30% of all clinical cases resulting in death and significant direct losses. A far larger percentage of animals, including ewes, will experience sub-clinical cases that may affect overall animal…
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Rumenco Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Rumenco founded?

    Rumenco was founded in 1970.

  • How many employees does Rumenco have?

    Rumenco has 34 employees.

  • What is Rumenco revenue?

    Latest Rumenco annual revenue is £46.7 m.

  • What is Rumenco revenue per employee?

    Latest Rumenco revenue per employee is £1.4 m.

  • Who are Rumenco competitors?

    Competitors of Rumenco include LDC Group, L.J. Fairburn & Son and Milk Mantra.

  • Where is Rumenco headquarters?

    Rumenco headquarters is located at Milford Drive, Burton upon Trent.

  • Where are Rumenco offices?

    Rumenco has an office in Burton upon Trent.

  • How many offices does Rumenco have?

    Rumenco has 1 office.