Welsh Farming Efficiency Grant Scheme

Welsh Farming Efficiency Grant Scheme

Welsh farmers can now apply for the Small Grants – Efficiency Scheme, which supports investment in new equipment and technology to enhance the technical, financial and environmental performance of farm businesses.

What can the grant be used for?

What can the grant be used for?

The Small Grants – Efficiency scheme supports capital investments in equipment and technology that have been pre-identified as offering clear and quantifiable benefits to your farm business. The capital items have been specified, along with a referenced cost for each item.

Some examples of what Te Pari Products that the grant can be used for are: Cattle Yards, Cattle Crush, Electronic Weigh Systems, Sheep Handler, Sheep Auto Drafter and Auto Dosing Guns.

See the list of elibible equipment
How to apply?

How to apply?

It's easy! Just sumbit your Expression of Interest on the  Welsh Government website.

The application window opened on 18 May 2022 and closes on 29 June 2022. The grant provides a maximum 40% contribution towards capital investments in equipment and machinery (excluding VAT), which can be demonstrated as offering clear and quantifiable benefits to farm businesses.

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Who can apply?

  • You must are registered with the Welsh Government and have been issued with a Customer Reference Number (CRN). 
  • You must be a primary producer of agricultural products
  • have 3ha of eligible agricultural land registered with RPW in Wales or
  • be able to demonstrate over 550 standard labour hours

The primary production of agricultural products includes the following farming sectors: arable, beef, dairy, goats, horticulture (including hydroponics and aquaponics), pigs, poultry, sheep, apiculture.

You are not eligible if:

  • you are an equine customer (including grazing horses)
  • you are a forestry customer (including woodland only owners)
  • a group of farmers (including Producer Organisations) however, if two or more agricultural holdings are managed as a single unit, or in a single ownership, or to some extent have common management, common financial accounts, common livestock, machinery and/or feeding stores that will be classed as a single business.
  • You must not use items purchased through Small Grants – Efficiency for agricultural contracting activities.
Te Pari Cattle Crush in South Larnakshire

Te Pari Cattle Crush in South Larnakshire

Find out why John Mitchell from South Larnarkshire chose a Te Pari Titan Cattle Crush.
“I am a big believer that if the animals are less stressed then the farmer will be less stressed. The new equipment has made the whole job more enjoyable and safer.” said John.

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Racewell Sheep Handler in Bath

Racewell Sheep Handler in Bath

Watch Harry Morgan talking about the Racewell HD6 Sheep Handler that he uses on his farm in Bath. 

"The Racewell really helps, everytime I use it I know I’m getting accurate weights whether I’m bolising, drenching, tailing, any job – it’s just quick and easy and this just becomes part of every shepherding job I do. It saves at least 1 if not 2 people on a daily basis for us, it’s a great bit of kit." said Harry.

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I'm now saving a third of my drench

I'm now saving a third of my drench

Listen to Peter McClintock from Evolve Pastoral in Cootamundra, Australia talk about how he can save a third of his drench by using the Te Pari Dosing Gun. 

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