Welcome to BOCM PAULS

The UK's leading animal feed manufacturer

BOCM PAULS is the United Kingdom's leading animal feed manufacturer.  Recognising changing customer requirements, BOCM PAULS has developed the concept of “the total feed business”, which is capable of supplying animal nutrition in whatever form required by our farmer customers. 

The BOCM PAULS portfolio of high performing products includes compound feeds from our 11 mills, blended feeds from 7 strategically placed plants, a range of specially designed Farmgate products for the growing small holder market; a complete offering to the game, equestrian and small animal sector and a highly successful International and Technology Division which supports our international customers with 21st Century products and technical advice.

As a result of "the total feed business" concept, BOCM PAULS customers also have access to a full range of co-products, straights and minerals from Feeds Marketing and premixes via Feedex. 

With national coverage across all species groups, BOCM PAULS is helping livestock producers to build long term, sustainable, profitable businesses.


ForFarmers is a modern, ambitious, international company which has sustainable operation firmly embedded as part of its corporate philosophy. It produces and supplies animal feed and commodities (such as arable and grassland management products) and is active mainly in the cattle, pig, poultry and arable & contracting sectors. ForFarmers also offers customers an additional package of services, ranging from comprehensive advice, to assistance with business development. ForFarmers sells its feeds in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany, and now in the UK through its wholly owned subsidiary BOCM PAULS.


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The Total Feed Business - The Film




BOCM PAULS INTERNATIONAL
Driving Change in Dynamic Markets

Our Divisions


Lintec & it3 Dairy Nutrition Banner  Straights Market Update




BOCM PAULS Speciality Feeds Marsden Game Feeds
Marsden Dog Feeds Marsden Small Animal Feeds Hickstead Feeds 
Building Relationships in the Food Chain