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Christmas Opening Hours:

Friday 24th December - 08:30am - 14:00pm

Monday 27th December - CLOSED

Tuesday 28th December - CLOSED

Wednesday 29th December - 08:30am - 12:30pm

Thursday 30th December - 08:30am - 12:30pm

Friday 31st December - 08:30am - 12:30pm

Monday 3rd January - CLOSED

On call emergencies will be available at all times. Normal hours resume from Tuesday 4th January.

30 yr

A 30-year milestone for PMR: from the left, Neil Davies (former general manager); Mary Rees (general manager); John Phillips (chairman);
Charles Rees (member); and Joanne Davies (lead member co-ordinator)

An initiative founded on the principle of matching a shortage of machinery on one farm with a surplus on another is celebrating 30 years of operating.

PMR, then known as the Pembrokeshire Machinery Ring, was founded at a farmers’ meeting in October 1991 as a conduit for farmers to contract in equipment used only occasionally to minimise their own investment, or to contract out machinery to better justify ownership.

In the intervening 30 years its growth has been significant and 800 members and farmers can now find the best deals on straw, fuel, seeds, animal health products, even machinery spare parts.

PMR general manager Mary Rees says the organisation is continually evolving to meet the needs of its members.