CHARLIES AG & TURF

Charlies Ag & Turf are part of the Charlies Stores Ltd group. Based out of our depot in Coed Y Dinas, Welshpool. We offer a full range of sales, service & parts covering Central Wales and Shropshire.

Having started with the John Deere Homeowner range in 2005 before moving into golf and turf in 2008 (formally know as Charlies Groundcare & Machinery), we are now proud to be the first ever European John Deere turf dealer to develop into a full agricultural & turf dealer now under our new name of Charlies Ag & Turf. The achievement is a credit to the team and testament to the first class sales and service we offer.

We have a dedicated team within our service and parts departments, both with relevant knowledge and experience within the agricultural & turf industry. Our dedicated team of technicians in the service department have a range of experience with Agricultural and turf machinery. Our sale representatives offer full comprehensive range of other quality manufacturers including Kramer, Ktwo, Pottinger, Marshall, Fleming, NC Engineering, Protech, Timberwolf, Grillo, Predator and many more.

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Charlies Ag & Turf

Charlies Ag & Turf

Charlies Ag & Turf represents John Deere Agricultural & Turf machinery in Mid Wales & Shropshire

22 hours ago

Harry Jones was out with the Grillo Agrigarden Machines FD2200 TS this week demonstrating the top of the range cut and collect machine. Fitted with a 152cm deck and and 47hp engine the machine met all the challenges and demands the customer had. For more information on Grillo machinery please contact our turf team: 📞 Matt – 07740 100559📞 Harry – 07966 149033 See MoreSee Less
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1 day ago

🪰🐑Strike First! Don’t get caught out by blowfly strike 🐑🪰We have a range of products available to help out this blowfly season: Clik Clik Extra Clikzin Crovect Ectofly Speak to our qualified SQPs to find out which is best for your sheepMost farmers believe prevention is better than treatment!Early signs of strike:🪰Itching 🪰Nibbling at tail head 🪰Increased swishing of tails 🪰Rubbing🪰Further signs of discomfort in lamb animals For any enquiries feel free to ring:📞Martin: 07870 871243📞Country store: 01938 555 545 See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

‼️Attention All Sheep Farmers‼️🪱Nematodirus🪱Understanding nematodirus⚠️Nematodirosis is a particularly nasty disease in lambs, causing a high number of mortalities and stunting the growth of many others. It is caused by the Nematodirus battus worm, which has a different lifecycle to other sheep worms. 🌤️Under certain climatic conditions it can strike very quickly, with little or no warning.🎓Please ask our qualified SQPs for advice on the treatment for nematodirus.⏰The timing of a potential problem will vary from region to region. The SCOPS Nematodirus Forecast is a more useful tool than working on a calendar date, or remembering what has happened in previous years. Nematodirus Forecast | SCOPSMain risk factorsIf your lambs are grazing pasture that carried lambs last spring and you answer yes to one or more of these questions, your lambs are at risk.⁉️Are they old enough to be eating significant amounts of grass? (generally, 6-12 weeks of age but may be younger if ewes are not milking well)⁉️Do you have groups where there is also likely to be a challenge from coccidiosis? (For example, mixed aged lambs are a higher risk.)⁉️Has there been a sudden, cold snap recently followed by a period of warm weather?⁉️Have you got lambs that are under other stresses e.g. triplets, fostered, on young or older ewes.Recommended actions🐑If possible, avoid infection. Move at-risk lambs (as determined by the risk assessment) to low-risk pastures (i.e. pasture that was not grazed by lambs the previous spring).💩Check that treatment is effective by taking a faecal egg count test (FEC) seven to 10 days after treatment. ‼️Remember, it may be necessary to treat lambs more than once depending on the spread of ages in a group and subsequent weather conditions.Visit the SCOPS website for more information www.scops.org.ukFor more information, feel free to ring our qualified SQPs:Country Store: 01938 555545Martin: 07870 871243 See MoreSee Less
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3 days ago

Call our parts team to order yours 📞📞 Jack – Parts Manager – 07813 362334📞 parts mobile – 07929 399673📞 Parts Office – 01938 530683 See MoreSee Less
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4 days ago

Looking for a demo on John Deere 9800i? Give us a call ☎️ See MoreSee Less
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Charlies Ag & Turf

Charlies Ag & Turf represents John Deere Agricultural & Turf machinery in Mid Wales & Shropshire

22 hours ago

Harry Jones was out with the Grillo Agrigarden Machines FD2200 TS this week demonstrating the top of the range cut and collect machine. Fitted with a 152cm deck and and 47hp engine the machine met all the challenges and demands the customer had. For more information on Grillo machinery please contact our turf team: 📞 Matt – 07740 100559📞 Harry – 07966 149033 See MoreSee Less
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1 day ago

🪰🐑Strike First! Don’t get caught out by blowfly strike 🐑🪰We have a range of products available to help out this blowfly season: Clik Clik Extra Clikzin Crovect Ectofly Speak to our qualified SQPs to find out which is best for your sheepMost farmers believe prevention is better than treatment!Early signs of strike:🪰Itching 🪰Nibbling at tail head 🪰Increased swishing of tails 🪰Rubbing🪰Further signs of discomfort in lamb animals For any enquiries feel free to ring:📞Martin: 07870 871243📞Country store: 01938 555 545 See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

‼️Attention All Sheep Farmers‼️🪱Nematodirus🪱Understanding nematodirus⚠️Nematodirosis is a particularly nasty disease in lambs, causing a high number of mortalities and stunting the growth of many others. It is caused by the Nematodirus battus worm, which has a different lifecycle to other sheep worms. 🌤️Under certain climatic conditions it can strike very quickly, with little or no warning.🎓Please ask our qualified SQPs for advice on the treatment for nematodirus.⏰The timing of a potential problem will vary from region to region. The SCOPS Nematodirus Forecast is a more useful tool than working on a calendar date, or remembering what has happened in previous years. Nematodirus Forecast | SCOPSMain risk factorsIf your lambs are grazing pasture that carried lambs last spring and you answer yes to one or more of these questions, your lambs are at risk.⁉️Are they old enough to be eating significant amounts of grass? (generally, 6-12 weeks of age but may be younger if ewes are not milking well)⁉️Do you have groups where there is also likely to be a challenge from coccidiosis? (For example, mixed aged lambs are a higher risk.)⁉️Has there been a sudden, cold snap recently followed by a period of warm weather?⁉️Have you got lambs that are under other stresses e.g. triplets, fostered, on young or older ewes.Recommended actions🐑If possible, avoid infection. Move at-risk lambs (as determined by the risk assessment) to low-risk pastures (i.e. pasture that was not grazed by lambs the previous spring).💩Check that treatment is effective by taking a faecal egg count test (FEC) seven to 10 days after treatment. ‼️Remember, it may be necessary to treat lambs more than once depending on the spread of ages in a group and subsequent weather conditions.Visit the SCOPS website for more information www.scops.org.ukFor more information, feel free to ring our qualified SQPs:Country Store: 01938 555545Martin: 07870 871243 See MoreSee Less
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3 days ago

Call our parts team to order yours 📞📞 Jack – Parts Manager – 07813 362334📞 parts mobile – 07929 399673📞 Parts Office – 01938 530683 See MoreSee Less
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4 days ago

Looking for a demo on John Deere 9800i? Give us a call ☎️ See MoreSee Less
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