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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wynnstay Group Plc LSE:WYN London Ordinary Share GB0034212331 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 630.00 620.00 640.00 630.00 630.00 630.00 9,284 07:41:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 500.4 11.0 44.4 14.2 140

Wynnstay Share Discussion Threads

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21/11/2022
09:39
Cost of £1.4 to £1.5 M for an asset that generated £0.42M profit last year seems a tremendous bargain . Looked up their last few yrs accounts filings, which are a bit opaque but look consistent to my non-forensic assessment. Good that one of the 2 directors is joining the board. I am tempted to add here, it has been one of the most stable holdings in our portfolio over the last 3 yrs.
Just noticed an IC article last week that was more cautious, concluding hold.

wad collector
17/11/2022
10:47
Agreed - a very sensible deal.
topvest
17/11/2022
08:43
Red - yes smallish bolt-on acquisitions where they are complementary and WYN have expertise is what we want.
whackford
17/11/2022
08:23
whack

Acquisitions have been on the agenda for a while now. At least they appear to be making sensible decisions on price and not overpaying based on their model.
Hopefully bigger will be strobger going forwaed.

red

redartbmud
17/11/2022
08:17
Thanks Dave but it's behind paywall. Interesting RNS today. Still on acquisition road but the mysterious larger one mentioned earlier (17 Aug) now abandoned.
whackford
16/11/2022
16:49
hTTps://www.shareprophets.com/views/65338/wynnstay-group-again-ahead-of-expectations-further-outperformance-to-come
davebowler
06/9/2022
10:20
does the early harvest mean that some of the grain trading profit has been brought forward to this financial year from the next?
also, this year's drought may not be repeated next year...

c3479z
06/9/2022
09:46
Decent update
ntv
06/9/2022
08:11
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.
whackford
06/9/2022
06:55
"The Group's trading results for the financial year will be significantly ahead of current market forecasts."
chrisb1103
20/8/2022
19:35
this week's macro voices podcast is of interest I think forAGriculture sector investments.

htTps://www.macrovoices.com/podcasts-collection/macrovoices-podcasts

thorpematt
19/8/2022
14:44
Yes it is better to pick up smaller private businesses that may wish to sell out that extend Wynnstays customer base rather than taking on a company like Carrs Billington which is its major competitor.Incidently one problem Wynnstay may have in trying to raise additional funds from its existing shareholder base is that it has an unusually large amount of its shares held by private investors basically its farmer customers.It was originally Wynnstay & Clwyd Farmers;a farmer owned coop founded over 100 years ago, later a farmer owned company before it listed on AIM to widen its shareholder base although from memory it raised very little cash on listing.I have been a shareholder for about 18 years.
1tx
19/8/2022
12:49
A fair response from the CEO. Carr's Billington is a £50-100m deal so nothing to do with this week's fundraising. Probably too complex anyway - small bolt-on's are better!
topvest
19/8/2022
09:23
I must say I hate Primary Bid as a method of fundraising from PI's. Paying on your debit card maybe OK for very modest investors but not if you want/need to invest more significant sums.
jeffian
19/8/2022
07:14
There are some sales dribbling out below £6 and the share price may soften further in the next several days, if some of those newly acquired shares are dropped for a quick turn.
It would gall me to pay 580-590p but that may be the only option.

red

redartbmud
19/8/2022
07:13
do you know how much PB charge companies?
zangdook
19/8/2022
06:59
Good that it was the CEO and not some PR bod
zangdook
19/8/2022
06:53
Message back from the CEO to my email

Thank you for your email, and I am genuinely very sorry to hear about your dissatisfaction and recognise your frustration.


The decision as to how to raise new funds for the Company is always considered carefully and taken in consultation with our advisers, and with the best interests of all our shareholders in mind. Unfortunately for smaller quoted companies like us, raising moderate sums of this quantum, we have to be conscious of the cost-effectiveness and timescales of the process.

In this case, we used existing authorities granted by shareholders in March to proceed with the equity raise, and believe that the proceeds, once deployed should greatly enhance the business’s ongoing growth prospects, and benefit returns to all our shareholders.


I can assure you that the Board values the support of all shareholders, whether or not they are institutional fund managers or private investors, and that we continue to work hard to deliver the best results we can for our members.

I do hope you can continue to support us, and despite your frustrations, I do hope you can understand our dilemmas with these matters.

Fair play

jimmywilson612
18/8/2022
16:56
At the AGM they did comment on plans to re-develop the Calne site and the numbers were quite big, from memory. Once completed the site would be a big footprint for the company. That would indeed chew up a goodly chunk of the £10 millions.

The disruption in the sector may well also throw up a small nugget, where businesses become stretched.

redartbmud
18/8/2022
13:25
My reading of the fundraise statement is that is primarily to redevelop the Calne site rather than further acquisitions .

And yes ,I too would have liked to buy some more at 560p....

wad collector
18/8/2022
09:31
The Carr's agriculture supply business is a jointly owned venture with Edward Billington;the only thoughts I have here is that Wynnstay & Carrs Billington cover much the same area and are major competitors although Carrs extends into NW Scotland & Wynnstay into Wales. NWF the other listed agri business also operates in NW England.Carr's also own a separate animal suppliments business operating in USA & UK.I would have thought Carrs Billington was worth a great deal more than £10m as only half its value is represented by Carr's holding.I would have thought that an expansion outside Wynnstays area is perhaps more likely.I am a shareholder in Wynnstay,Carrs & NWF!!!
1tx
18/8/2022
09:03
Carr's business would be a super transformative acquisition if that is the target. From memory of Carr's accounts that would need more money than they have raised though!
topvest
18/8/2022
08:31
carr's agricultural business was my first thoughts.
redartbmud
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