Biosecurity Protocol

  •  Company

Team Wealleans have implemented a risk prevention system which delivers the best protection to limit the risk of transferring contaminants between individual farm cells. Contact Communication will be provided on the pending arrival of vehicles on a site. We will record date, time and journey and communicate this to ensure we meet individual farm protocols….

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Chicken Litter: One of THE most cost effective fertilisers

  •  Groundspreading

Chicken Litter, a mix of chicken manure and sawdust high in natural Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Potassium, is a good all year round fertiliser for pasture, maize crops, horticulture and small blocks. It is doubly effective as it provides both a quick acting and controlled release of Nitrogen and Phosphorous elements, controlled by natural soil organisms…

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Fuel refunds made easy!

  •  Petroleum

Wealleans Allied Petroleum have teamed up with Catalyst Fuel Refunds to make getting your petrol tax back as simple possible. Are You Claiming your Petrol Refund? The team at Wealleans Allied Petroleum are keen to add value to your business! When operating petrol vehicles and machinery off-road within your business, you are eligible for a…

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Wealleans Bay of Plenty Horticulture fleet expansion

  •  Groundspreading

Wealleans Bay of Plenty have added two light weight 4WD tractor and spreader bin units to their horticulture fleet to complement and add additional strength to the existing fleet of 3 orchard mini spreaders and motorbike. Wealleans Bay of Plenty are able to offer the complete horticulture service of product supply, cartage and application from their…

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#T91 added to the Wealleans Allied Petroleum fleet

  •  Petroleum

The Petroleum team added this new five axle fuel trailer manufactured by Tanker Solutions in Wellington to their fleet. Trailer 91 has a 30,000 litre capacity and running under a 50 max HPMV permit will allow the truck & trailer combination to run to 50 tonne from its Mt Maunganui base.

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