In 2003 Mid-Norfolk Farmers and Loddon Farmers merged to create Anglia Farmers. The business has continued to grow ever since and is now the largest Member-owned farm buying group in the UK
Merger of Loddon Farmers and Mid Norfolk Farmers to form Anglia Farmers, based at Keswick Hall.
Clarke Willis appointed as Chief Executive Officer.
Samuel Rose Buying Group (Northampton), Borders Machinery Ring and Highland Business Services merge with Anglia Farmers.
Daventry Buying Group merge with Anglia Farmers.
Orion Farming Group start working with AF.
Marcam and MDS Supplies Ltd merge with Anglia Farmers.
Samco & Shrim Farmers start working with AF.
Waitrose Farming Partnership – AF Membership is formed.
Derwent Buying Group Membership commences.
AF Finance Ltd is launched.
AF’s new office extension opens.
AF Health Trust is formed.
AF Logic is formed.
Regional office in Braunston closes.
David Horton-Fawkes succeeds Jon Duffy as AF Group CEO.
AF Biomass Ltd ceases.
King’s Lynn Farmers merge with AF.
AF moves from Keswick Hall to new offices at Honingham Thorpe.
AF Affinity Ltd is formed.
Merger with Eastern Machinery Ring.
AF Biomass Ltd is formed.
AF First Milk Direct is formed.
AF Health Trust ceases.
Jon Duffy is appointed Group CEO.
Clarke Willis retires as Group CEO.
AF Logic ceases.
Regional office in Braunston opens.
Company name changes to The AF Group Ltd.