Wingham Farm Machinery

Wingham Farm Machinery was first established by Neville Edwards in 1989; he built front end loaders, post hole diggers, and did general steel fabrication and repairs. He and WFMs first employee (Boyd Boughton) did al this in a 10mx10m dirt floor shed with fork lifts, overhead cranes and more employees. It was around this time WFMs product range grew, now including Slashers, Post Drivers, Palet forks, Bale spike frames, 4x1 and standard buckets, Bull Blades, and much much more... A proud contribution to his range was a economical round bale grabs, as it was in the mid 90s when large round bales became more popular on small and medium farms. And still today this bale grab is one of our best sellers.

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13 Industrial Close , Wingham , New South Wales 2429 Australia

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Nationally (across the country)

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In 2011 WFM was sold to Boyd Boughton (WFMs First employee)and Daniel Ney. Boyd has been working in the business since first opening in 1989. Boyd has been the factory production manager for over 10 years, giving him over 22years of farm machinery manufacturing experience.

Daniel started a similar manufacturing business in 2007 called Wingham Welding Works and quickly grew throughout the next 4yrs. During this time Wingham Welding had established a successfull online business, manufacturing motorcycle carriers, quick lift stands and fork savers and shipped them all over Australia, soon adding farrier gear to there range. In 2009 Wingham Welding Works together with Darren Robertson (customer) designed a new safer version of the common hoof stand which got them onto 'ABCs New Inventors' inFebuary2010. With the additon of Wingham Welding Works to Wingham Farm Machinery in 2011, WFM now has the capabilities of stainless steel and aluminium fabrications, and will be utilizing Wingham Weldings freight connections to move Farm Machinery all over Australia.