Find detailed weather forecasts on the Mole Valley Farmers website
We at Mole Valley Farmers now feature an in-depth weather forecasting system on our website to help agricultural workers plan ahead
South West and Wales (PRUnderground) July 12th, 2012
The weather has been in the news for all the wrong reasons so far this summer, with the inclement British summer causing problems for many people working in different industries, from tourism to agriculture.
When it comes to coping with difficult conditions, though, planning ahead can make all the difference. This is why we at Mole Valley Farmers now feature an in-depth weather forecasting system on our website, so that farmers across the country will be able to get a good idea of the kind of weather they can expect in their local postcode over the next week, no matter where they live in the UK.
The detailed and reliable information that can be accessed through these pages, including wind direction and speed, soil temperature, soil moisture, evaporation rates and sea level pressure, offer the perfect tool to help agricultural workers across the country decide how to make the best of challenging weather.
None of us want this wet weather to carry on for much longer, but you can at least make sure that you are protected from the worst of the elements by shopping online at Mole Valley Farmers, or visiting one of our extensive retail outlets.
With top quality, durable products like men’s wellies and Lazy Jacks clothing all available from us at affordable prices, we will supply you with everything you need to get through even the worst of the Great British summer.
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.