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The cookies used on the Farmison & Co website have been categorised based on the categories found in the ICC UK Cookie guide.
Cookies we use
Yieldify - We work with Yieldify to help personalise your onsite experience and make your visit to our website a more relevant one. Cookies are used to recognise a customer and track onsite activity to help inform internal decisions regarding the funtionality and appearance of our website. Click here to find out more
Google - Google use information collected from cookies and other technologies, like pixel tags, to improve your user experience and the overall quality of their services. For example, to tailor adverts to make sure they are relevant and of interest to you based on non PPI data such as browser type, time of day and website visited. Click here to find out more