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ENVIRONMENTAL


Here at Tusk we have many strings to our bow as we don’t just supply poultry products. We also have a range of products to keep your customers from being slowed down in the


winter when the snow hits. In addition to this we now supply a range of wheelbarrows. In more detail our range consists of:


Rock salts - both brown and white. Brown


rock salt is usually dryer than white making it easier to spread. It is usually mined from ancient rock from the UK. White rock salt is made from evaporated sea water and has to be imported to the UK. The main benefit of white rock salt over brown is that it doesn’t stain.


Snow scoops and shovels also make up our


range. We have a wide variety to choose from with different sized scoops and handles.


For those looking to really stay prepared our ETON salt bin start up kit is an excellent option. This includes a large salt bin, five bags of white rock salt, a snow shovel, hi-vis vest, hand shovel and waterproof gloves.


‘‘If you have any questions or need anything that you don’t see listed please give us a call - we’ll be happy to help’


Aside from Winter supplies we now stock a


range of wheelbarrows perfect for the would be gardener, poultry keeper, as well as for stables and livery yards. From our heavy duty Bulldog wheelbarrows to our Boxer wheelbarrows that come in a selection of eye-catching bright colours, we’ve got you covered.


T 01246 264650


F 01246 269634


E sales@tusktrading.com


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