RVW Pugh – Holmes Chapel, UK

Oakwood Park, London Road, Holmes Chapel CW4 8AX, United Kingdom

About us

Established in 1978, RVW Pugh Ltd is a local, family run business based in Churchstoke, Powys, although it has expanded to two other depots – one in Holmes Chapel, Cheshire and the other in Market Drayton, Shropshire. It is a known fact that every winter, a significant amount of hard earned cash is lost through inefficient stock feeding resulting in wastage of valuable fodder. With a Hustler bale feeder, you have a machine which is easy to use, simple to maintain, will feed round or square bales and most importantly of all is proven to save up to 20% on your annual feed costs!

Phone: 01477 533 560

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Product range

Bale Feeders

More farmers choose Hustler than any other brand of bale feeders, processor or unroller. Because...

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Bale Handlers

Whether handling round or square, small or big bales, Hustler bale handlers, with their patented...

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Feedout wagons

Proven in the field & around the world, Hustler’s Combi feedout wagons are designed for...

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What our clients have to say

“Everything we got from Hustler is well built and simple and we won’t have to replace it for a very long time”

Adam Atkinson, South Devon (United Kingdom) - Combi CM136

“The Hustler unroller is ideal for my job and I’m also saving at least 6L of diesel per day so far.”

Duncan, Edinburgh, Scotland (United Kingdom) - Unrolla LX105
Sledmere

“The Hustler is very much liked and used”

James Fenwick , Sledmere Estate (United Kingdom) - Unrolla SL350/LX105

“This Hustler machine is one of the best cattle feeding equipment that I’ve owned for a long time”

Callum Kettles, Penrith (England) - Unrolla SL450X/LM105T

Hustler Experts

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Mike Gibbs

Business Development – UK & Europe
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Angus Hewetson

Global Business Development Manager
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Arne Currie

Global Customer Care Manager

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