Categories: Business, Forth Ports, RosythPublished On: 25.01.2019161 words0.9 min read

A POULTRY feed manufacturer planning to invest £20 million in Rosyth will produce 50 new jobs in the area.

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2Agriculture Ltd want to build a state-of-the-art facility on almost five acres of waterfront land owned by Forth Ports Limited.

The new mill near the Port of Rosyth would see 300,000 tonnes of poultry feed for chickens, ducks and turkeys made each year.

Gavin Berry, managing director, told the Press: “It’s a £20 million overall investment and will create 50 jobs in the Rosyth area.

“The actual facility itself will produce about 300,000 tonnes of poultry feed a year. It will be state-of-the art machinery and the most modern facility of its kind in the UK.

“Rosyth was chosen as we looked at the distances between all our farms, our customer base – as we supply commercial poultry farms – to find where would be the best place to reduce haulage and minimise our carbon footprint as much as possible.

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