Farm & Country Supplies

We are a family-run business serving farmers, smallholders, equestrians and pet owners

Our extensive country showroom is stocked with a wide range of professional products and comes hand in hand with friendly, expert advice. Don’t take our word for it, come and have a look around.


Get all the agricultural products you need in one place! Our experience of over 28 years means that our range of agricultural products has been built up with what you need in mind. Visit our amazing country store for all your agricultural needs.


Everything you need to get on your horse and ride. We have a fully comprehensive range for all your equine needs. From horse food, bedding and supplements to horse tack, rider wear and rider safety products.


Keep your animals safe at all times! Our expansive range of wooden posts, stock wire, tools and fixings built up since 1992 means our country store is a one stop shop for contractors & end users alike.


Your pets deserve the best treatment. Our shelves are filled only with the best products in mind for your beloved cat, dog or other pets. Visit our country store to find all you need for your little furry friends.

A Rural Business Built on Strong Family Values

Our story begins in 1992. Since then, we have remained a family owned and run agricultural and equestrian supplier based in Alton, Hampshire. 

With our product offering now extending to over 6000 different lines, covering everything from animal feeds, dairy hygiene to husbandry items including cattle and sheep handling equipment, timber and wire fencing through to a range of workwear and boots, with this wide offering we believe we really are the best choice of supplier for all farms, estates & contractors.

Continual growth has allowed us to build in 2015 the showroom of our dreams dedicated solely to providing only the best products for farm and country needs.

Why not pay us a visit today and browse our comprehensive product range? Friendly and expert advice on site guarantees that you will find what you need.

View our Agricultural & Fencing Catalogue online & In store

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Visit Our Alton Showroom

In 2015, we opened our brand new 2,500 square foot showroom making us the go to country store for farm and country supplies in the area. 

Our store is based on the outskirts of Alton with great accessibility, directly into the rural hearts of Hampshire, Surrey, Sussex & Berkshire.

Our product offering extending to well over 5000 different lines includes, among others, the following:

  • Animal husbandry

  • Poultry accessories

  • Electric fencing 

  • Trailer security 

  • Wild bird food and feeders

  • Clothing and wet weather gear 

  • Gate furniture 

  • Horse Food

  • Pet Food

Our store is based on the outskirts of Alton with great accessibility, directly into the rural hearts of Hampshire, Surrey, Sussex & Berkshire.

Our Promise to You

  • Friendly staff on hand to answer all your questions 

  • We will load your car for you

  • Trained staff to fit riding hats 

SQP advice on all your worming requirements  

FETF Funding News

The Rural Payments Agency has released the details of the new Farming Equipment and Technology Fund. The application portal is open until midday 7 January 2022.

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Housing Livestock Indoors in Winter

Autumn is a time of shorter days and cooler temperatures, and leading into winter, this only becomes more pronounced. It is time to consider the housing of your livestock indoors; however, there are several issues to look at in order to maximise your animals’ comfort and welfare.

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Sheep Dipping – Keeping Everybody Safe

As part of the care you give to your sheep throughout the year, parasite control is significant as an ongoing task. Internal parasites such as worms are treated, according to life cycles and levels/burdens, with internal treatments, e.g. drenches. Your flock can also be susceptible to external parasites, and these require topical treatments. Sheep dipping is a commonly-used practice, but there are many safety aspects to consider.

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