Wynnstay Dividends - WYN

Wynnstay Dividends - WYN

Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Wynnstay Group Plc WYN London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 630.00 07:41:30
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
630.00 630.00 630.00 630.00 630.00
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Wynnstay WYN Dividends History

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Posted at 17/11/2022 08:43 by whackford
Red - yes smallish bolt-on acquisitions where they are complementary and WYN have expertise is what we want.
Posted at 06/9/2022 08:11 by whackford
A good backdrop to upcoming events at WYN. I wonder if a rights issue is upcoming to pay for the likely acquisitions. If so, today's statement may encourage PIs to participate.
Posted at 18/8/2022 08:13 by 3800
"In January, the Board announced a review of the strategic options for each of the Group's three divisions with the intention to grow shareholder value. That review is nearing completion and the Board expects to make a separate announcement shortly."

this is the last paragraph from the trading statement from CARR if anyone is still wondering what WYN want to aquire. full link below


Posted at 18/8/2022 07:45 by wcj
It is reasonable to have that power at hand in case something comes up that requires funds immediately, so long as it is not used unnecessarily.

Of course it is possible that WYN may have a reason to require funds in a hurry.

Posted at 28/6/2022 22:54 by thorpematt
Nothing of any concern from my perspective. About 73% of full year target is met already.

Still favourable market conditions, expansions on track, acquisition easily funded by cashflow, nice divi hike.


Revenue up 34% to GBP335.66m (2021: GBP249.71m), inflation - accounted for c.GBP80m of the rise

GBP6.4m first contribution from Humphrey acquisition, completed in March 2022

Posted at 25/5/2022 07:43 by brownie69
Any feedback on the Mello event and how it went for WYN?

Ive just put a toe in the water here as part of getting exposure to the food security issues that are real and likely to be prolonged IMO.

Posted at 27/3/2022 10:12 by value hound
Re-tipped by Simon THompson, FWIW, who concludes with:

"The uncertain geopolitical situation is boosting farmgate prices, too. This offers reassurance to farmers taking advantage of elevated prices as it mitigates higher input cost inflation (energy, fertiliser and fuel), albeit in some cases high prices are likely to curtail demand. It’s a favourable backdrop for Wynnstay.

The group has also just completed the complementary poultry and point-of-lay pullets acquisition of Hampshire-based Humphrey Feed & Pullets, a business that has 200 customers and produced 109,430 tonnes of poultry feed from its Wiltshire manufacturing facility. The plan is to spend £13mn over the next three years redeveloping and modernising the plant to lift capacity to 185,000 tonnes. The £11.5mn total consideration equates to 10 times operating profit and is being funded from a £12.5mn bank facility.

Reflecting the acquisition, house broker Shore Capital upgraded 2022 and 2023 adjusted pre-tax profit estimates to £11mn (3 per cent upgrade) and £11.9m (7 per cent), respectively. On this basis, the shares trade on 13 times next year’s earnings and offer a 2.8 per cent dividend yield.

The holding has produced a 45 per cent total return since I included the shares in my 2021 Bargain Shares Portfolio and I maintain my 685p target. Buy."

Posted at 16/3/2022 17:11 by km18
...from last month...

Company overview:

Wynnstay Group Plc encompasses departments focused on supplying agricultural products and services. As a result, the firm is segmented into two business streams: agriculture and merchanting. The agriculture segment is engaged in manufacturing and supply of animal feeds, fertilizer, seeds. The Feed division is offering a range of animal nutrition products to the agricultural market. These highly enriching and stimulating initiatives were positively reflected on the firm’s financial prospects, where gross profit margin hiked by 37% in 2021 from £8.37m to £11.44m in 2021. Despite the profit rally, the firm’s stock price is undervalued, as illustrated by its low P/E ratio of 14.9x, which is relatively below the consumer staples P/E ratio of 27.31x, hence it is cheaply available for investors to buy the stock. Subsequently, net cash soared 10%, from £8.42m to £9.24m in 2021, signifying that the firm is well positioned to achieve growth objectives this year, given the robust financial position.  This evidence is supported by the firm’s P/FCF ratio of 10.7x, which in turn signifies that Wynnstay is able to finance its operating and investing activities efficiently and more effectively than its peers, hence enabling the firm to continue deriving revenue and profits ahead of expectations as the firm manages to consolidate into the fragmented agricultural industry.

Brief Analysis:

P/E = 14.3, below sector benchmark.
P/FCF = 10.7, above industry threshold.
Net cash of £9.24m, higher than last year.
Operating profit of £11.44m, above prior year....

....from WealthOracleAM


Posted at 18/2/2022 09:58 by value hound
Update from Simon T's 2021 Bargain Shares review FWIW:

"Specialist agricultural products supplier Wynnstay (WYN) produced a record first-half trading performance last year and one underpinned by three key factors: a strong recovery in farmer confidence, driven by higher farmgate prices; clarity provided by the EU settlement and the landmark Agriculture Act; and the benefits of having a broad spread of activities, supplying both livestock and arable farmers.

The buoyant trading prompted analysts at house broker Shore Capital to push through 15 per cent upgrades to their 2021 and 2022 pre-tax profit estimates (to £9.6mn and £10mn, respectively) last summer. Analysts then raised their 2021 pre-tax profit estimate by a further 15 per cent shortly after the 31 October 2021 financial year end.

The eye-catching trading performance was supported by a return to more normalised levels of tonnage and crop yields (which gave a boost to the group’s arable activities after a poor harvest in 2020); strong grain prices (which incentivises farmers to plant more crop to take advantage of higher prices); and higher-than-expected fertiliser volumes, partly as farmers forward purchased given the volatility in gas and fertiliser prices.

Importantly, the inflationary backdrop and supply chain pressures have been well managed without any major disruption to the business. The backdrop for the industry remains positive, with agriculture set to receive the £3bn support package from the UK government until 2024, thus giving farmers ample time to prepare for the new Agricultural Bill which will provide incentives for sustainable farming practices.

Investors have cottoned onto the positive earnings cycle, hence why the holding has produced a 35.6 per cent total return in the past year. However, trading on a 2022 PE ratio of 13.9, offering a prospective dividend yield of 2.9 per cent and rated a modest 8 per cent premium to book value of 525p a share, the valuation is reasonable enough to suggest that a return to the 2014 and 2017 all-time share price highs (685p) could be a possibility if trading remains robust. Buy."

Posted at 09/2/2022 08:33 by tomps2
#WYN FY results presentation 2021, for period ended 31 Oct 21, (given 7 Feb 22) by CEO, Gareth Davies & CFO, Paul Roberts. Record results with a significantly improved trading environment. They outline the growth plans and the prospects for future positive development. Trading for the new financial year has begun well, in line with expectations. Thought it was interesting to hear how positively the sector is faring.

Video: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/company-videos/wynnstay-wyn-full-year-2021-results-presentation-february-2022/

Podcast: Https://piworld.podbean.com/e/wynnstay-wyn-full-year-2021-results-presentation-february-2022/

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