The importance of maintaining adequate soil pH is something that is still overlooked by many UK farmers according to many who conduct soil sample analysis.
The four things to check out before you sign on the dotted line for solar energy.
Will mycotoxins be an issue this winter? 2018
Read how improvement in DLWG was made at Hennor Farm
Do you know the daily liveweight gain of your youngstock?
When the FIT was launched in 2010, the average energy bill was 12p per unit, while a 4 kW solar system cost £15,000 to install. Today, the same system would cost £5,500 against average bills of 16p per unit.
Make sure your soil analysis is up to date, then look at crop requirements to determine potash requirements.
I havent vaccinated and my sheep are dying! What do I do?
As part of HerdInsights product development programme, the company is excited to announce HerdInflight - a revolutionary drone compatible, oestrus and health monitoring gateway.
Making the move from a conventional lime product to Nadins Hydramix Lime in cow cubicles, has helped halve the average clinical mastitis rates and improve somatic cell counts at Middle Burrow Farm, Devon.
After six months of gruelling preparation, Alex Monro, Director of Mole Energy Switching (www.moleenergy.com), raised thousands of pounds for two cancer charities by riding in a charity horse race at Epsom, on Monday 27 August 2018.
Crops after the maize harvest - now is the time to consider what to do next with the land.
Have a go at designing a pair of childrens' wellies, crafted under the Hawkridge brand. No grown ups allowed though we are looking for a young design talent.
Bovine pneumonia stubbornly remains one of the biggest costs to the cattle industry.
Maize looks good this year and has benefited from the high temperatures and sunshine in June and July, however on thin soils with a low moisture holding capacity, yields will be considerably down.
To discuss your herds feeding requirements, please contact the Mole Valley Feed Solutions Feed Line on 01278 444829
The drought conditions have made it highly likely that many will be feeding rations with a higher proportion of concentrates, to help offset reduced stocks of silages over the coming winter months.
Solar battery storage has come a long way since that drizzly summer. So much so, in fact, that adding battery storage to a home solar system now makes sense in many cases. Thats because solar batteries can now store more power for longer, for the same price.
The attempt to break the Guinness World Record for welly wanging seemed to be a great success, following a mass throw by 800 participants at Holsworthy & Stratton Show on Thursday 23 August.
Solar energy for business makes good financial sense.
With only weeks since this years late spring cereal drillings, breeders and seed houses have already turned their attention to winter cereals.
The benefits and challenges of multi-cut silage...
Mineral assessments are easy to arrange and free to farmers. Mole Valley Farmers can also organise forage mineral analysis of grass silage now, so that autumn ration calculations can be carried and organised well in advance.
British Wool is focused on two key deliverables for sheep farmers the price returned to producers for their wool and the levels of service delivered.
Our Young Handlers competition is open for 2018. Read more...
Providing adequate structural fibre and managing rumen pH will be vital this winter in light of early first cut grass silage results.
Helping you to keep your pets safe and comfortable in the heat; we have some tips and advice.
Would you know how much power you use? Let David Stevenson, Director of Moleenergy help.
Read about our organic lupin trial, featured on BBC's Countryfile...
Raising money for an excellent cause, Director of Moleenergy Alex Monro rides for the Willberry the Wonder Pony Charity.
Take a moment to stay safe and work and plan for a safe return home.
Well managed grass is the cheapest feed for ruminants. Renewing pastures regularly is important to maximise productivity and maintain feed quality.
For organic beef farmer Richard Guy, smart bolus technology has revolutionised the accuracy of the AI (Artificial Intelligence) programme used on his nucleus herd of South Devon cows.
An update on the Immunity Challenge before and after the introduction of OmniGen-AF on farm.
Better rates and contracts on your energy bills for your business. It need not be a hassle to switch suppliers by using Mole Energy's Switching Service.
Several key topics concerning the Lifetime of dairy herds were discussed at the Lifetime Dairy Conference at Wincanton recently. Experts Dr Drakley and Dr Cooke spoke to dairy farmers about the benefits of fully considering the lifetime of your herd.
How calf hutches can help keep your calves healthier and happier. Read on to find out how...
To reduce labour and increase farm efficiencies William O'Brien tells us how the Herd Insights technology has helped strengthen his herd.
Vicky Smith tests the Micklem Bridle from Horseware.
Welly wangers wanted
Mole Valley Farmers is asking farmers to Take a Moment to consider their safety as part of a health and safety initiative which will launch at the Devon County Show 2018
See if you can save money on energy bills by switching with Moleenergy.
How large is your lawn? Do you want stripes? So many things to consider when choosing a lawnmower...
Data enthusiasm drives flock performance for Peregrine Aubrey and his livestock.
Read on for a few pointers about beef at grass from the red Meat Team's Chris Lavis...
Mole Valley Farmers members Barry, Jack and Sam Coombes walked away with The High Yield Herd Award at the recent Cream Awards.
Sub-optimal dry matter intakes (DMI) during transition is one of a number of farm bottlenecks, which could be holding back overall herd performance.
See Emma at the 2018 Devon County Show. Find out more...
The lymphatic system is not very well understood and yet it is crucial to the horses health and performance.
Could you identify Insulin dysregulation from PPID (Cushing's Syndrome)?
A lot of myths and misinformation circulate about sugar. Read on to distinguish fact from fiction...
We are in discussions to develop a free agri plastics recycling scheme.
Lifetime Dairy is a consultation-style service, which looks at the four main stages of the cows life; The calf, the heifer, the transition cow and the lactating animal.
Any holiday cottage owners who sign up with Holidaycottages.co.uk between 1 January - 31 March 2018 quoting MVF Newsletter will receive £250 of Mole Valley Farmers gift vouchers! Call Mole Valley Plus on 01769 576201 for more information
Leading US dairy business consultant Matt Lange (MBA) from Wisconsin- based Compeer Financial urged farmers to take greater control of their costs structures especially forage and labour costs. Mr Lange stated farmers need to monitor costs of production and seek to increase forage value.
A win for our ad at the Equus Film Festival in New York.
Find out what Graeme Cock, Chairman, sees in the future.
Innovation and best practice dairy management will form the focus for expert speakers from the US and Europe at two Mole Valley Farmers Lifetime Dairy Conferences this November.
Christian Welburn investigates the effectiveness of the Stihl FSA 45 Lithium Ion battery powered grass trimmer.
Emma Massingale is back after spending a month with her two young Eriskay ponies horseboarding across the Outer Hebrides.
Calf Conference 2017 - Dr Robert Corbett & Dr Alex Bach share their thoughts at Mole Valley Farmers first Calf Conference.
Victor Ogedegbe tells us how to reduce the effects of heat stress this summer.
Ever wondered if a smallholding was for you?
Dr. Robert Allen shares the opportunities that the Nuffield Scholarship has given him.
Sylvaine Lacrosse BVetMed MRCVS, shares their advice about redwater fever.
Any potential adopter of battery technology should have a clear understanding of where their energy usage is consumed and at what times; read on for more information.
Take a peek at our latest offers...
Morys Ioan shares what to look at for to prevent "grass blindness".
Lachie Maclachlan stresses the importance of drinking water for developing rumen in calves.
Peter Delbridge shares his advice this Lambing season.
We have teamed up with the show organisers to bring you Farmers Friday, offering a very special event package for the 2017 Devon County Show, (Thursday 18 Saturday 20 May), to our Farmer Shareholders. Ticket numbers are limited so early booking is advised.
We are now stocking Sheppard's sandwiches in our South Molton store.
These products complement the business Optimum Lifetime Performance initiative by offering farmers a range of exclusive products and services that aim to enhance an animals lifetime performance.
Enter our Frontline giveaway now to win a year's supply of Frontline Plus.
The farming industry has been facing new challenges caused by increased input costs and lower selling prices. Moleenergy are also facing these challenges, so we're focusing our efforts on controlling costs and increasing efficiencies.
Adrian and Sharon Bullus collect their prize, a brand new Milk Kart!
Poor foot health can have a significant impact on yield, fertility and longevity and could equate to a financial loss of nearly £15,000 for an average-sized herd.
Zoe Satsias of St Davids Equine Practice tells us what signs to look out for, what to do in an outbreak, and how to help prevent the disease.
Pet obesity is on the rise. It is up to us to make healthy choices on our pets behalf and this can be much easier than you may think.
Ford Farm's Cave Aged Goats Cheese has been named the Best British Cheese at the 29th annual World Cheese Awards in 2016! It is aged deep within the Wookey Hole caves of Somerset, giving it a deliciously nutty, earthy flavour.
Chris Gregory, Molecare Veterinary Services, answers all of your questions about vaccination plans.
Sunday's charity auction at our Holsworthy store has raised of £14,000 for Cancer Research UK.
Our Holsworthy store be hosting a Pink Bale Auction on Sunday 4th December in support of Cancer Research UK.
Cattle breeders from all over the world come together for the Cattle Breeders World Congress.
Look what people have been doing with pink bale wrap for such a fantastic cause!
We've gone pink for Breast Cancer Awareness.
Mole Valley Farmers, not your average store...
We've introduced a new mineral supplement range to our product portfolio. The Mole-LYX range reflects the latest research and innovation, with performance and nutrition at the forefront of our consideration.
John Lawrence tells us how to keep mycotoxins under control.
Come to South Molton and hear Emma Massingale talk of her latest adventure with her Connemara ponies.
Rachel Smithyman, Technical, tells us what signals to look out for when preparing for winter housing.
Rebecca Moore from the Red Meat Team shines light on the decision many are faced with this time of year.
John Lawrence, Minerals, shines light on the often ignored essential - water.
Send a Cow has launched its Ugandan Orphans Project and we are getting behind it.
Can you identify the grasses making up your fields? Felicity Lenyk puts your knowledge to the test.
Robert Forster, livestock and meat issues commentator, shares how the EU referendum result will affect the prime cattle market.
Find out the latest thinking in practical dairy herd management from this year's Total Dairy Seminar, sponsored by Mole Valley Farmers.
Find out how you can improve your ewe's fertility with our new Mole-LYX range.
We're leading by example with the installation of Solar PV and LED lighting in our stores.
Find out about the oldest surviving cheddar-makers behind our new range of Mole Valley Farmers cheese.
Our Yeovil branch will be hosting a series of Tasty Weekends to celebrate the best of local produce this summer.
Will you go pink? Pink bale wrap by Mole Valley Farmers.
smaXtec at the World Buiatrics Congress in Dublin.
Gareth Jones shares with us how to get the most out of your fleeces, and an update on the BWMB Golden Fleece Competition.
Susi Atkinson shares with us her top tips on how protect your horse from nuisance flies.
Nigel Cockwill discusses how to prevent spoilage of grass from the onset of white mould.
Caroline Dawson of Elanco shares with us her guide to avoiding blowfly strike and how to track strikes in your local area.
We look forward to welcoming you to our stand at this year's Royal Cornwall Show.
Gemma Rowland of Mole Valley Farmers shares her specialist knowledge on Dairy hygiene.
David Jackson of Molecare Vet Services shares with us the importance of fly control and how to combat ectoparasites.
The team at NAF have shared with us some information about their Five Star Syperflex.
With the recent changes to Rat Bait Legislation, Mole Valley Farmers explains the new legal requirements and offers the opportunity for customers to take a LANTRA approved exam.
Broadband delivery to rural areas has been slow to progress, so Mole Valley Plus has teamed up with Europasat to bring high speed fibre broadband to the South West.
Read more about Axcelera C, the first accelerator for calves...
Nigel Bond of the Mole Valley Shows and Events team highlights the exciting offers and attractions at this year's show.
Pete Isaac of Mole Valley Feed Solutions shares with us a dairy industry update.
The team at frontline has put together some advice for keeping your pets and home flea free. Read more>
Cathy Wood, our Equine Product Manager discusses contracted tendons in her new foal.
Protect your lambs from nematodirus by being watchful for symptoms and carrying out faecal egg counts.
We have teamed up with the show organisers to bring you Farmers Friday, offering a very special 2 for 1 event package for the 2016 Devon County Show, (Thursday 19 Saturday 21 May), to our Farmer Shareholders. Ticket numbers are limited so early booking is advised.
Make Milk Matter Conference on Wednesday 20th April, 9.30 am for a 10am start - 4pm at Westpoint Conference Centre, Clyst St Mary, Exeter. Book your place...
Are you QAC Compliant yet?
Magnesium is so important at turnout, read more about it here...
Home grown forages are normally the lower cost way of feeding ruminant livestock, so it is still worth looking at whether costs can be reduced further, but not at the expense of lower crop yields or producing poorer quality feed.
The Wurzels are performing at the Bath & West Showground on 1st April to raise money for RABI.
Come to one of the Forage For Profit evening events to learn more about optimising forage for efficient production.
Buses for the Farming to London March
Mole Valley Farmers welcomes Ariat...
We have been fundraising for Send A cow and their Planting Hope Campaign, raising £2000.
From our Evenings with Emma Massingale during our pet and equine weekends we have managed to raise £1000 to donate to World Horse Welfare.
Meet the winner of the Suzuki quad competition.
Free health checks for farmers at our South Molton branch on 17th March 2016.
Mole Valley Farmers maintains top line performance and grows market share despite reduced profit in challenging year.
Mole Insurance Services open in Holsworthy.
The team at Spillers has shared their tips on feeding your horse fibres during the winter months.
Lachie Maclachlan explains how the average slaughter age of cattle is expected to fall.
Pamper pens and cuddle boxes for freshly calved cows can help maximise the longevity of a herd according to CowSignals co founder Joep Driessen.
Read about the changing face of UK dairy farming and the Agrihive case study competition.
The adventure begins, I finally have settled into the routine as I start my internship at Luck-E Holsteins in America.
An opportunity to consider and debate the future of British dairy farming is the aim of todays Agrihive UK Dairy Summit, held in London.
Check your trailer lights and refelctors before the evenings draw in.
Read more about our range of Platinum vehicle batteries designed for motorbike, caravans and electric fencing, cars and tractors.
Planting Hope with keyhole gardens in South Molton, Holsworthy, Yeovil & Cullompton.
Mole Valley Farmers was pleased to help support the outdoor studies of pupils from Newport Primary School recently, by donating garden pots, compost and trowels.
Andy Skarzynski, Head of Retail Marketing & Ecommerce has spent a week on a study tour in Ethiopia with the charity Send A Cow #PlantingHope.
Toggi boots for Autumn/Winter 2015 have arrived.
Autumn block calving in Cornwall at a Forage for Profit focus farm.
Read more about the Mole Valley Farmers range of Mole Care own brand animal medicines.
St David's Equine Practice is delighted to announce their new association with St David's Equine.
Dr Robin Hawkey discusses how maize silage can benefit dairy and beef finishing rations.
This is the first newly equipped, intake-to-product animal feed mill to be built in Scotland for many years and represents Mole Valley Farmers and John C Fergussons commitment to the ruminant livestock sector.
The latest Bicton College & Duchy College apprenticeship visit had students buzzing.
Judith Clifford, our Senior Alternative Feeds Trader discusses the trend towards the rise of maize in diets.
Lachie Maclachlan makes the case for supplementing beef cattle and lambs to finish well before housing.
Pete Isaac, Head of Field Sales discusses how to make the most of late summer grazing.
Win VIP tickets to the European Evening Championships, and see Kitty King compete at Blair Castle.
Shaun Hambley, Alternative Feeds Product Manager and Nutrition Advisor talks about improving lambing percentages.
Becky Walters of Lifton Mill prepares for her internship in the United States.
Do you have what you need for Pony Club? Check out our Checklist...
Richard Turner MRCVS discusses the importance of keeping on top of fly control around your herd.
Suzanne Smyth discusses the variability of yield when it comes to cereals.
Lachie Maclachlan discusses the benefits of finishing suckler bred cattle at 18 months.
Nigel Mapstone shares his take on the importance of Iodine.
If you have ever wondered about the challenges of farming abroad read this article by Ellie Poole, volunteer for Send A Cow.
Come along to our South Molton Store for our family fun weekend Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th July.
Graham Ragg our Senior Agronomist and Product Manager talks cereal preservation options.
We have been working closely with World Horse Welfare's Somerset branch to help support their cause.
For those of you interested in Polo on the Beach, head to Watergate Bay on 26th - 28th June.
Meet Mark, he tested out a pair of Bogs Rancher wellies for the #UniInMyWellies project.
Kate Hore from NAF shares with us some tips on how to keep the flies at bay this summer.
Introducing the winners of #UniInMyWellies 2015!
Meet Charlotte Garbutt who tried and tested a pair of Cotswold wellies for her time on the #UniInMywellies project.
AgriCamera in action...
We are pleased to announce the launch of DeltaMole, our new pour-on for cattle...
The team at NAF have shared with us their top tips for caring for laminitis.
Some words from Bayer, makers of Drontal on keeping your dog wormed.
Mollie Phipps shares her review of her Dunlop wellies
Harriet Gregory reviews some Jonsson Gumboots for us as part of #UniInMyWellies
Mole Valley Farmers are pleased to host the EVRC's "Win a Fergie" Competition.
Mole Valley Farmers proudly supports Vicky Smith on her second visit to the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Grassroots Championships.
Nigel Cockwill won our recent employee of the year awards which brought together over 30 employees from the business.
Some insights into preventing grass staggers.
Our forage services team have an offer on our Nutri-Active assessments of soil and sward.
Archie Cursham, one of our intrepid welly testers shares his review of his Dunlop Purofort wellies with us.
Ben Jordan writes about his experience, hatching chicks.
Our staff have voted us 10 out of 10 as a company to work for!
D'Arcie Rice, winner of our 2014/2015 #UniInMyWellies Project shares her review with us...
Jodie Hill tested her Grubs Frostline 5.0 boots on her safari park placement as part of the #UniInMyWellies project. Read how they did...
Molecare Veterinary Services - The joint venture six months on.
Coccidiosis in lambs and calves; some useful information from Candido Rodriguez-Cruz, BVet Med (Mad), MRCVS, Molecare Farm Vets
Meet Emma Massingale and find out more about her Island Project...
Do falling oil prices affect the price of bale wrap? A softening in the price of plastic products is expected however, the price of balewrap and other plastic based products such as silage sheets will not see large scale reductions in 2015.
Our senior Agronomist offers tips on managing weed control in agricultural grassland.
Judith Clifford, Senior Alternative Feeds Trader has some advice on choosing the best dietary fats.
It is now profitable to bring broadleaf woodland back into management and there are grants and assistance to help you do so.
Kranzle Pressure washers have a fantastic reputation and are great for jobs big and small.
Mole Insurance services could help you with horse insurance.
Make the most of your lambs from day one with this guide to lambing care and hygiene.
Dr Chris Bartram, Head of Nutrition discusses milk price volatility and some key areas to consider.
A helpful mini guide on our very own coarse mixes for cattle.
Dr Robin Hawkey advises on matching objectives for your herd when planning rations.
4 Points to consider when making cattle tracks...
A short guide to buying and maintaining your loader and grab tines.
Meet some of the 2014-2015 #UniInMyWellies cohort.
Molecare Nutritional Supplement for Sheep
One year on for the farmers in Somerset following support from the RABI & FCN.
Come and join us at one of our Spring Heating Event Days at your local Mole Valley Farmers.
Safety first, make sure you are wearing the correct safety clothing and footwear when using a chainsaw.
Cow fertility and the dairy farmer...
The importance of keeping your calves warm during cold weather.
Meet the winners of the 2013-2014 #UniInMyWellies project...
Come along to your nearest Mole Valley Farmers for advice at our Timber and Fencing Event Days
Lambs less than 12 months old must be electronically tagged.
Read Judith Clifford New Year's suggestions for Alternative Feeds.
January in the garden...
Advice for beef and sheep farmers on how to improve returns on animals.
With Christmas on its way, the season provides an annual minefield for cats and dogs so Mole Valley Farmers has compiled some vet advice from our very own Emma Ley.
Get your child an animal space hopper for Christmas and encourage your children to play together while developing their balance, hand eye coordination, confidence and imagination.
Hannah from our #RockYourWellies project put Aigle Bison Chilli wellies to the test.
Which wellies are best for you and what does the jargon mean for your comfort and ease of use?
With days getting shorter and the dark nights drawing in its time to consider a sensible approach worming horses.
Celebrate National Tree Week by getting into the garden and planting a tree! Mole Valley Farmers have a range of digging tools available online and in our branches.
Make sure you give your full attention to minimise losses and maximise potential from your calving season by thinking about nutrition.
Give your loved one a personalised chocolate gift thanks to our Schokolat range available at Mole Valley Farmers.
Avoid the hassle of picking up used shotgun cartridge cases thanks to our magnetic Napier Bigfoot Quick Release Cartridge Collector.
If youre fed up with shavings and trying to get rid of your muck heap, try Equinola horse bedding! It is not only cost effective, but also has the advantage of providing cleaner stables for healthier horses.
Remember, remember, your pets this November with an Adaptil for dogs or Feliway plug in for cats. It will help keep them as relaxed as possible during the festivities.
With the onset of Winter and the drop in temperature, car batteries are more likely to fail now than at any other time of the year. Make sure you are not caught out by replacing yours.
How to use rodenticides - the Mole Valley Farmers guide to The European Biocidal Products Review for rat bait and rodenticides.
Joules ladies wellies review by Claire Samuel from the #RockYourWellies project 2014
Sheep farmers are being advised to be vigilant as the autumn months bring with them an increased risk of parasitic infections such as liver fluke.
Laura Herman tells us what she thinks of her #rockyourwellies boots.
Cattle farmers are being advised to be vigilant as the autumn months bring with them an increased risk of parasitic infections such as liver fluke.
Do you have a bad internet connection and wish for rural broadband? We might have the solution as Mole Valley Farmers have teamed up with Europasat to provide satellite broadband to the most remote locations.
With the winter chill now in full flow you can brighten up your garden with autumn flowers, trees and vegetables. Read our handy advice on keeping your garden in shape and preparing for the winter.
Laura Daniels from the #RockYourWellies project gives her Barbour wellies the once (or twice) over.
Look out for the exciting new selection of in store and online power tools coming to Mole Valley Farmers soon.
Make the right choice when it comes to pet food to prevent obesity in dogs and prevent a variety of serious health implications.
Thanks to Mole Valley Farmers Horse Feed show jumping champion Kimberly White can be confident her horses are fed the food to help her compete and train at the top level.
Jude Harris from our #RockYourWellies 2014 project gives us a funny and real view of her Barbour wellies.
As more young people spend time in the garden, Mole Valley Farmers gives you the gardening for beginners tools you need.
Chloe Graham, one of our #RockYourWellies festival boot testers puts a pair of Aigle wellies to the test.
Using vaccinations and footbaths to help ease the problems caused by foot rot. Read the Mole Valley Farmers five point plan to help your flock keep their feet in good condition.
Horse clipping at this time of year can be essential for horses which work through the winter to prevent them sweating heavily.
Mole Valley Farmers pleased to welcome Chunk of Devon to treat customers to some free pork pie samples.
Ashgrove Kitchens will be in our stores during Heating Event Days to show off their new range Essentially Ashgrove which is available at Mole Valley Farmers.
The #UniInMyWellies project returns for 2014-2015
Mole Valley Farmers sell a faecal egg counting kit for sheep to help you make the right worming decisions to save costs and improve productivity.
A well looked after garden can help you take pride in your home, and making sure you hedge is well cut is essential! Here we have some hedge trimming techniques to help.
Its that time of year where aphids are on the rise so get prepared for an attack on your garden before its too late with our range of aphid sprays and bug killers.
Mole Valley Farmers is now offering you the opportunity to save up to 13% on Deosan orders over £750.
Our new range of nails, staples, bolts, screws, washers and studding from Eliza Tinsley, our new supplier for fixings.
Take a look at our tyre levers available at Mole Valley Farmers and save on call outs.
We have a Bekina Steplite X review to share from the #UniInMyWellies Project.
A new Grubs Frostline 5.0 Welly Review from the #UniInMyWellies project.
Bradley from our #UniInMywellies project has reviews a pair of Bogs, read more here...
Equine Special Offers, Advice and Fun at Mole Valley Farmers Saturday 20th September 10am 4pm
Renewable energy can help your business thrive as Team Green Growers in Bridgwater found out when they installed a biomass heating system.
Lauren Hayhoe reviews her boots for us as part of the #UniInMyWellies project.
Mole Valley Farmers new Calseabloc range provides essential trace minerals and elements to your sheep and cattle.
Charlotte Bolton shares with us her term in wellies with her Dunlop full safety wellington boot review
Get your daily supply of these vital bolus nutrients from Mole Valley Farmers.
Bertie Hayton from the #UniInMyWellies Project shares her wellington boot review...
Its important you know about the true cost of production. Cattle weighing scales can help you maximise your profits and potential.
Did you know, not wearing a dust mask on farm could make you more prone to respiratory diseases and health issues?
SWAT automatic electric insect killer is ideal for dairies, stables, kennels, pig houses and poultry sheds.
A review of the Electrolux steam cleaner now available at Mole Valley Farmers
On farm security, how to deter thieves in the countryside
Scientist have predicted an explosion in the population of fleas meaning a flea infestation is more likely over the coming weeks.
Mole Valley Farmers are pleased to stock award winning free range chickens from Beech Ridge Farm
Mole Valley Farmers is pleased to announce a new grassland management tool to its range - The Grassometer.
Read another of our series of reviews from our #UniInMyWellies project, this time a Seeland wellies review.
Rebecca Hicks from the #UniInMyWellies project has given us her review of her Seeland Allround Neoprene Lined wellies.
Megan Price, our regular contributor explains why a boot is as good as a dog toy.
Mole Valley Farmers South Molton Workshop at Pathfields Business Park can service and repair most makes of petrol and diesel based garden machinery.
Two new worming products have joined the MoleCare range at Mole Farmers: Benzimole SC and Levamole.
Mole Valley Farmers are pleased to have been awarded the the Best Large Agricultural Trade Stand (non-machinery) at the Devon County Show 2014.
Make sure your cow tracks are in good condition with our handy guide and advice on how Mole Valley Farmers can help your tracks be at their best.
The Bekina Steplite X gets reviewed by our #UniInMyWellies tester Rebecca Kelsall.
It probably seems just like yesterday that the new family addition came home for the first time; all those playful moments of things being chewed and curtains being climbed! That said, being prepared for your pets retirement age, can lead to a more fulfilled time for both you and your pet.
Nutri-LINK can help you offset the Cation-Anion Balance in dairy cows.
Mole Valley Farmers have a range of grass trimmer products for your garden lawn so it will be immaculate in no time.
With an explosion in blowfly expected this year, Mole Valley Farmers have advice and products on how to deal with the challenge.
Mole Valley Farmers is pleased to announce a new innovative joint venture...
Caroline Rowden, Footwear product Manager has some tips for Summer boot care.
Mark Riggs shares information on the importance of application techniques when tackling blowfly strike.
Help protect cattle from blowfly strike and treat cattle early.
Harriet Simms from our #UniInMyWellies project reviews her Dolomite Nora Wellingtons for us...
Mole Valley Farmers are pleased to be working with Sparex, supplying all your wearing parts for your equipment.
Mole Valley Farmers are proud sponsors of the UK Holstein celebrations which take place in the South West.
The Large Herd Seminar 2014 will cover many critical aspects of managing a modern dairy herd.
With early 2014 lamb prices running ahead of 2013 levels, sheep producers are being urged to get maximum potential from this years crop, read more...
There is a Rayburn Cookery demonstration coming up at South Molton with chef David Pengelly.
Open Farm Sunday is a celebration of all things food and farming.
Did you know that you can buy certain pet medicines online from us?
the team at Mole Valley Farmers Bridgwater are getting into the festival spirit early with a pre-Glastonbury po-up shop on 25th & 26th June.
Tis the season for sheep shearing
It's time to look over your electric fencing supplies.
Win up to £250 of gift vouchers with our latest calendar photo competition.
Tara Barry from Team Ciren of the #UniInMyWellies project shares her review of her Dunlop Purofort safety boots with us.
Molecare now have calving essentials including calf scour formula
Living on a farm means you may be called on day or night to help, especially when calving.
Megan tells us of Barney's recent antics this April
earlier hatch for nematodirus this year, farmers need to be wary.
Head Vet Mark Riggs gives advice on Coccidiosis in lambs
The Nightwalk is a ladies only night time sponsored walk that is in aid of North Devon Hospice.
Nearly 50 per cent of people experience problems with their Internet at least once a day, new research has revealed. Is satellite internet the answer?
My Trip to Mole Valley Farmers Mill at Bridgwater Mole Valley Farmers Mill is where the compound feed is manufactured which is distributed via articulated lorries to direct customers and supplied stores.
lambing news - why it is important to keep ewes well fed and happy so that lambs will thrive during lambing season.
Come along to your local Mole Valley Farmers branch over the Easter weekend.
Tractor Ted Roadshows summer 2014!
Grubs Frostline Wellington Boots get put to the test for the #UniInMyWellies project.
Why grow spring cereals or arable forage mixes?
Cattle tags are a legal requirement, here are a few handy tips.
Time to get the lawnmower out
Ideas for keeping your chickens safe from predators
With spring underway it is timely to think about getting eggs to hatch your own chicks.
Lauren Johnston shares her Jonsson Gumboot review with us after her experience on the #UniInMyWellies project.
A review of Seeland Wellington Boots by winner of our #UniInMyWellies project from #TeamCiren.
If you are interested in keeping chickens than here are some things that you need to consider
With winter on the wane this month its time to get going in the garden ready for spring.
Harper Adams winner of the #UniInMyWellies project Grace Munro Henworth reviews her Dunlop Professional Full Safety boots.
A winner for the #UniInMyWellies project has been announced...
Head Vet, Mark Riggs gives advice on lungworm prevention.
If you are a student living in Devon or Cornwall the Dartington Cattle Breeding Trust bursary may be for you.
Now is the perfect time to think about your farm track repairs
Mole Valley Farmers Response to the Severe Weather and Flooding in the South West
The winners of the Food & Farming Family Business of the Year Award...
Come and explore Emsworthy Nature Reserve on Dartmoor
Nominations for the Duke of Cornwall's Award for Farm Diversification are being accepted until 1st March 2014.
Shield Fencing, a new range of timber fencing products exclusive to Mole Valley Farmers.
Our regular contributor Megan has some words about dog Barney's recent trip to the vet.
Lachie Maclachlan, looking at veal opportunities for farmers.
The BDUK Scheme gets a £10m Boost to Reach the Most Rural Areas of the UK Resulting in Changes to Rural Broadband in Many Remote Locations by 2017.
Read about our Digital Apprentices first day.
Advice on Orf from our Farm Vet Rebecca Valis BVetMed MRCVS.
A group of Harper Adams University students are hoping to feel fitter and healthier whilst raising money for charity by giving up alcohol to support national campaign, Dryathlon.
With Mole Valley Farmers, you can stay warm and cool this winter. There's no need to freeze and forego fashion: read these top tips to find out how | Mole Valley Farmers News
Mole Valley Farmers' fantastic range of outdoor boots offers the perfect combination of fashion and durability to get through the winter in comfort and style.
It felt so good to be back in the saddle
As part of our Live Simply for Less Easter Weekend we are
The daffodils are out and spring has sprung at Mole Valley Farmers.
Jenny's Walk a 140 mile walk from Bearminster to Carnon Downs in aid of Joseph Weld Hospice
Mole Valley Farmers have joined other businesses in the region to support the Devon FWAG Bronze Otter Trophy this year.
The Royal Welsh Agricultural Societys two-day Smallholder and Garden Festival, now becoming more popularly known as the Royal Welsh...
We've gone pink for Breast Cancer Awareness.