to reduce establishment costs and improve yields.
A farming family
The Claydon family have farmed the heavy clay land of Suffolk since the early 1900s. Jeffrey and Frank Claydon are the third generation to farm the land now under the E.T. Claydon and Sons family partnership name. The brothers started out in 1970 and still farm the land today. The manufacturing side of the business began in 1981, when Claydon Yield-o-Meter was established to sell its yield monitoring system.
Claydon machines are developed on a working farm by farmers for farmers. They are truly tried and tested in real farming conditions in a real farm environment before they are brought to market.
We don’t just listen to the end user – we are the end user.