Choose Mole Valley Farmers For Your Equestrian Needs
Industry: Equestrian Products
If you are looking for Equestrian products and information, then you should head over to the Mole Valley Farmers website for everything you need and more.
United Kingdom (PRUnderground) December 21st, 2011
If you are looking for Equestrian products and information, then you should head over to the Mole Valley Farmers website (www.molevalleyfarmers.com) for everything you need and more.
Find a wide selection of Bandages, Tail Guards, Boots, Studs, head collars, ropes, pads, Horse Clippers. Basically anything you can think of for your horse, all under one virtual roof.
Keeping your horse healthy is extremely important and Mole Valley Farmer’s range of horse care products including hoof care, supplements and wormers is ideal. For the treatment and control of roundworm, lungworm and bots, molemec paste for horses is perfect.
When it comes to feeding your horse, Mole Valley Farmers has you covered. Choose from top feed brands as Spillers, Dengie and Baileys, all available to collect from your local store. Serve up the all important feed in a range of feed containers and hay racks available in a number of shapes and sizes.
Ensuring your horses well being and safety is paramount, so you will be pleased to find a large selection of electric fencing, fly repellents, rugs and even wireless television systems.
If you are looking for information then Mole Valley Farmer’s Advice and Guides section is on hand, topics include showing advice, grooming advice, stable matters, horse health and training advice. Their wealth of knowledge is sure to provide you guidance no matter the question.
If you would like to view the full range of Equestrian Products on offer from Mole Valley Farmers, please visit http://www.molevalleyfarmers.com/mvf/info/equestrian or call 0844 272 6260 for more information.
About Mole Valley Farmers:
Mole Valley Farmers was started in 1960 by a small group of farmers around South Molton who were concerned by the discriminatory practices and the large margins being taken by many of their input suppliers. From the outset it was decided to treat all members equally, subject only to quantity allowance and that the Company would operate on the minimum margin to allow continuity and growth. Today it remains one of a few true co-operatives in the supply industry.