• AgBag vehicles at the workshop. Bagging machines are transported nationwide on the back of our lorries.
    AgBag vehicles at the workshop. Bagging machines are transported nationwide on the back of our lorries.
  • Bagging machine filling AgBags with green waste at a composting site. Green AgBags are used for composting, as they blend into the surroundings and attract solar heat.
    Bagging machine filling AgBags with green waste at a composting site. Green AgBags are used for composting, as they blend into the surroundings and attract solar heat.
  • Pigs feeding from an open AgBag. The bags are laid down (rather than upright, as in traditional silos) allowing much easier access if used for self-feeding.
    Pigs feeding from an open AgBag. The bags are laid down (rather than upright, as in traditional silos) allowing much easier access if used for self-feeding.
  • Maize silage from an AgBag. The result is an easily digestible and highly nutritious feed which livestock actually prefer.
    Maize silage from an AgBag. The result is an easily digestible and highly nutritious feed which livestock actually prefer.
  • An open AgBag ready for emptying. Bags can be placed for convenient access, allowing feed to be removed with a front-end loader.
    An open AgBag ready for emptying. Bags can be placed for convenient access, allowing feed to be removed with a front-end loader.
  • Maize stored in AgBags in an open field in Lincolnshire. White AgBags are used for crops, as they repel solar heat and keep the contents cooler.
    Maize stored in AgBags in an open field in Lincolnshire. White AgBags are used for crops, as they repel solar heat and keep the contents cooler.

The flexible, efficient and profitable agricultural storage system

Well proven in the UK for over 30 years, the AgBag System has numerous storage applications for today's farmer – most commonly grass, maize, wholecrop and grain (moist and dry).

The AgBag System is also used for recycling purposes to create compost, avoid expensive landfill costs and to give a "greener" solution to waste management.

Diverse in their storage capabilities, AgBags are increasingly being used for salt storage allowing Businesses and Local Authorities to stockpile quantities of salt during the summer months, when salt prices are at their lowest.

The AgBag System is also used for Biomass and Biofuel storage

Biomass is biological material derived from living, or recently living organisms (in the context of biomass for energy this is often used to mean plant-based material). Biofuel is a type of fuel which is derived from biomass, for example we have worked with the RSPB to produce biofuel blocks as a sustainable heat source from recycled biological matter.

Agbag News

25th Jan 2014 Wetland Biomass to Energy Project - Suffolk Demo
30th Jul 2013 Making silage while the sun shines!
26th Jul 2013 Wetland Biomass to Energy Project - Blog

Agbag Newsletters

10-Oct-2012 Caring for your AgBag 588 KB

Meet The Team

  • David Wynne - Director
  • Douglas Wynne – AgBag Operator
  • Andrew Cann – AgBag Operator
  • Lynne Mundy-Pitman – Office Manager
  • Barbara Shapland – Accounts Manager

We give a friendly, efficient service and your satisfaction is always our main priority.

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We provide a UK wide contractor service, from four sites across the UK.

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