James Mortimer Ltd are family owned grain and seed merchants, established in 1869, based in Driffield, with 146 years trading experience throughout Yorkshire and the North East, with a reputation for fairness and integrity.
James Mortimer are committed to offering a highly competitive ex-farm pricing service. Growers benefit from the scale and diversity of the market outlets that we service. This ensures that individuals maximise the inherent value of the grain in the current market conditions.
We have excellent trading relationships with all the northern Flour Millers, Maltsters and Feed Compounders and offer a reliable and competitive service to our Yorkshire growers.
The company has undergone significant change in 2014, vacating from their previous dated property and building a bespoke office and seed production facility at Kelleythorpe Industrial Estate, Driffield. The new premises offer the ability to:
- Produce greater quantities of seed quickly.
- Quality cleaning and treating of a full range of commodities including oilseed rape, barley, wheat, peas and beans.
- Cleaning of both Certified and farm saved seed.
- Seed storage facilities.
- Quality cereal seed to HVS standard.
- Increased grain storage facilities in our new purpose built on-site grain store.
Do you remember when you last had service from people who care?
James Mortimer Ltd are different:
We are passionate about caring for our customers and this passion is shared by all of our employees. Mortimers treat customer care in a way that is unique in today’s market which we believe sets us apart from our competitors. As one of Mortimers customers you will always deal with members of our staff who you know and have regular contact with.
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