Read the educational farming guides from Mole Valley Farmers
These extensive and highly informative packs have proven extremely popular since they were first introduced.
UK (PRUnderground) January 9th, 2013
Farming has for centuries been one of the most challenging but also most rewarding professions in the UK. With the agricultural landscape constantly changing, anyone who is involved with the industry will be able to find some peace of mind and reassurance with the team here at Mole Valley Farmers.
Since the early 1960s, we have been working towards making farming as secure and profitable as possible for our customers, with low prices and excellent quality products helping to provide the cutting edge in what is often an extremely difficult industry to achieve success in. Unlike many suppliers of highly rated goods such as Brinsea incubators, we at MVF are also committed to helping those who shop with us in many other ways, including through a range of free to view farming guides on our websites.
These extensive and highly informative packs have proven extremely popular since they were first introduced, written by industry experts and covering a wide range of topics, such as management for calf, dairy, sheep, heifer and beef herds, as well as fertilisers, minerals, soil conditioners and granulated limes.
With these guides now available to download for no cost whatsoever straight from our website, you can see that there is much more to Mole Valley Farmers than just supplying items like animal feed or men’s and women’s wellies! Staffed at every level by people who truly care about the welfare of the agricultural community, we are dedicated to maximising the productivity of every farm operation, and will continue to do so.
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.