Make the most of your smallholding with Mole Valley Farmers
There are great offers throughout every department in store and online, and the savings that can be made if you run a smallholding are definitely not to be missed.
South West & Wales (PRUnderground) February 16th, 2012
At Mole Valley Farmers, we cater for everyone who lives in the country. Whether you own a farm, horses and other animals, or are just looking to make improvements to your home, our fantastic range of farming equipment will suit your every need. There are great offers throughout every department in store and online, and the savings that can be made if you run a smallholding are definitely not to be missed.
Some of our best deals at the moment are to be found on egg incubators. At just £217.74 excluding VAT, customers can currently make a saving of £70.00 on the popular Brinsea Octagon 40 DX incubators. With electronic temperature control and an inbuilt digital thermometer, this product is ideally suited for smallholders who do not have a great deal of experience in incubating, as well as experts. For those operating on a smaller scale, other Brinsea incubators are also available at brilliant prices; right now, you can save over £40.00 on the Octagon 20 Eco Incubator, and £50.00 on the excellent Mini Eco Advance Incubator Starter Pack.
There are also a number of other offers available for smallholders to take advantage of, with special prices on quality products throughout our stock. You can save an amazing £40.00 on the Deluxe Clubman CB2, for example, which proudly claims to be the most technologically advanced lamp you could hope to find, and is used by everyone from gamekeepers to the police! Mole Valley Farmers are also offering a generous 10% extra for 10% less VAT on our own brand difenacoum and bromadiolone whole wheat rat baits.
So, whatever the size of your operation and the type of equipment you want, Mole Valley Farmers should always be the first place to look. With friendly and knowledgeable staff in our retail outlets throughout the South West and Wales, we will be able to provide the tools you need to help make the most of your venture.
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.