List of Farmers

List of Farmers | Farmers Email List with 3.8K Addresses & 1.1K Companies

This database of farmers in the UK covers the full spectrum of agricultural services. It includes organisations growing crops and cereals through to the farming of animals, horticulture and propagation. Other organisations include nurseries, farmers of vegetables and other arable crops. It also includes farming of cattle, sheep, pigs and poultry. The agricultural services sector is also represented.

The mailing list will be tailored to your requirements and we can also launch an email or postal marketing campaign on your behalf, saving your valuable time.

Farming Companies

Farm and Agricultural contacts with email addresses

List of Farmers

Who should use the List of Farmers?

If you are looking to promote your farm machinery or leasing options then this is an ideal option for you. In addition, anyone that is promoting other products and services to the agricultural or horticultural sectors then these files will work well.

Who is on the List of Farmers?

These lists contain contacts that have job titles such as Managing Director and Finance Director as well as the more traditional “farmer” job titles. The list contains those contacts that actually farm the soil as well as contacts that perform other company tasks such as finance and operations on the farms. It also has contacts at companies that support the farming industry. You can view a few examples of lists and data available below:

Each Contact Includes:

  • Farmer’s Full Name
  • Farmer’s Personal Business Email Address (not generic)
  • Farmer’s Specialism/Job Title
  • Farm Name & URL
  • Farmer’s Mailing Address with City, County, Post Code, Country
  • Farmer’s Phone & Fax Numbers
  • Farming Industry
  • Company Revenue & Employee Size Indicator

Farmer’s Email List Quality Promise

  • Your list is built to your specification; better open rate and lower pricing.
  • Hundreds of selection criteria: job titles, seniority, industries and sectors, revenue, company size, sic codes or even by keyword.
  • 95% deliverability guarantee.
  • Use data for 12 months after purchase.
  • Data is cleansed and verified prior to being sent to you.
  • A personal account manager who will choose the best data selection for your project.
  • Email addresses are regularly updated for accuracy and relevance.

Farming Database

  • Overview: Individuals at 80,113 UK farms
  • Source:  Controlled circulation
  • QTY: 62,612 contacts
  • Min Order: £250
  • Selections: Geographic, type of farm
  • Media: Mailing, Email, Telephone

Farmers Weekly – Reed Database

  • Overview: Weekly publication since 1934, reaches small and large farms
  • Source: Controlled circulation
  • QTY: 24,733 contacts
  • Min Order: £500
  • Selections: Geographic, Nth name, Postcode
  • Media: Mailing, Email, Telephone

Farming Database

  • Overview: Individuals at 80,113 UK farms
  • Source:  Controlled circulation
  • QTY: 62,612 contacts
  • Min Order: £250
  • Selections: Geographic, type of farm
  • Media: Mailing, Email, Telephone

List of Farmers by Location

The list below represents individual farmer contacts categorised by location. So if you are interested in contacting farmers from a specific regions only that can be easily done.

  • Bedfordshire, consisting of Bedford, Central Bedfordshire and Luton: 13 contacts
  • Berkshire: 32 contacts
  • Bristol: 28 contacts
  • Buckinghamshire, including Milton Keynes: 9 contacts
  • Cambridgeshire, including Peterborough: 45 contacts
  • Cheshire, consisting of Cheshire East, Cheshire West and Chester, Halton and Warrington: 34 contacts
  • City of London: 10 contacts
  • Cornwall, including the Isles of Scilly: 12 contacts
  • Cumbria: 11 contacts
  • Derbyshire, including Derby: 15 contacts
  • Devon, including Plymouth and Torbay: 36 contacts
  • Dorset, including Bournemouth and Poole: 7 contacts
  • Durham, including Darlington, Hartlepool, and Stockton-on-Tees north of the River Tees: 8 contacts
  • East Riding of Yorkshire, including Kingston-upon-Hull: 11 contacts
  • East Sussex, including Brighton and Hove: 29 contacts
  • Essex, including Southend-on-Sea and Thurrock: 46 contacts
  • Gloucestershire, including South Gloucestershire: 30 contacts
  • Greater London, excluding the City of London: 855 contacts
  • Greater Manchester: 69 contacts
  • Hampshire, including Portsmouth and Southampton: 47 contacts
  • Herefordshire: 5 contacts
  • Hertfordshire: 64 contacts
  • Isle of Wight: 2 contacts
  • Kent, including Medway: 47 contacts
  • Lancashire, including Blackburn with Darwen, and Blackpool: 33 contacts
  • Leicestershire, including Leicester: 19 contacts
  • Lincolnshire, including North Lincolnshire, and North East Lincolnshire: 16 contacts
  • Merseyside: 28 contacts
  • Norfolk: 23 contacts
  • North Yorkshire, including Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland, York, and Stockton-on-Tees south of the River Tees: 15 contacts
  • Northamptonshire: 24 contacts
  • Northumberland: 30 contacts
  • Nottinghamshire, including Nottingham: 37 contacts
  • Oxfordshire: 36 contacts
  • Rutland: 2 contacts
  • Shropshire, including Telford and Wrekin: 3 contacts
  • Somerset, including Bath and North East Somerset and North Somerset: 17 contacts
  • South Yorkshire: 32 contacts
  • Staffordshire, including Stoke-on-Trent: 25 contacts
  • Suffolk: 22 contacts
  • Surrey: 70 contacts
  • Tyne and Wear: 32 contacts
  • Warwickshire: 28 contacts
  • West Midlands: 76 contacts
  • West Sussex: 29 contacts
  • West Yorkshire: 70 contacts
  • Wiltshire, including Swindon: 16 contacts
  • Worcestershire: 22 contacts

What does the farmers email database contain?

The list contains the following information for all records:
Personal Business email address (not generic)
Company Name
Company URL
Full name for salutation
First name
Job Title
Mailing address with postcode
Company Phone Number
Fax Number where available
Revenue size indicator
Employee size indicator

Agricultural Services

Farmer List GDPR Compliance

Adhering to GDPR regulations and conducting count requests is an important aspect of direct marketing. Recital 47 of GDPR allows for the use of personal data for this purpose, as long as a careful evaluation and balancing test is conducted using the legal basis of Legitimate Interest.

At UKMM, we strive to provide you with GDPR-compliant mailing lists that will effectively connect you with your desired audience. Our team will work closely with you to understand your specific needs, conduct counts on the mailing lists, and achieve optimal results.

As a client-focused list broker, UKMM prioritises your interests above all else. If you are interested in utilising our services, simply send us your brief and we will begin the process of sourcing the most suitable mailing lists for you.

Farmers’ Email List by Farmer Type

Depending on your project requirements the email list can be split by farmer type, including, but not limited to the following types:

  1. Family farmers: small-scale farmers who typically operate a family-owned and -run farm.
  2. Commercial farmers: large-scale farmers who focus on maximising profits through high-volume production and efficient operations.
  3. Subsistence farmers: small-scale farmers who produce enough food to meet their own needs, with any excess being sold for income.
  4. Organic or biodynamic farmers: farmers who use methods that avoid synthetic fertilisers and pesticides, relying instead on natural processes and materials
  5. Crop farmers: farmers who primarily grow crops such as wheat, corn, soybeans, and other grains, vegetables, and fruits.
  6. Dairy farmers: farmers who specialise in producing milk and other dairy products.
  7. Poultry farmers: farmers who raise chickens, turkeys, and other poultry for meat and eggs.
  8. Aquaculture farmers: farmers who grow and harvest fish, shellfish, and other aquatic animals.
  9. Specialty crop farmers: farmers who grow specific types of crops, such as hops, wine grapes, or medicinal plants, that are not commonly grown by other farmers.

It is also possible to target farmers based on specific type of products they produce. The most common are listed below:

  1. Goose farmers
  2. Rabbit farmers
  3. Duck farmers
  4. Game bird farmers (quail, pheasant, etc.)
  5. Horse farmers
  6. Llama farmers
  7. Alpaca farmers
  8. Goat farmers
  9. Sheep farmers
  10. Pig farmers (pork production)
  11. Deer farmers
  12. Ostrich farmers

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