Meet the Molecare veterinary team at Mole Valley Farmers
Known as Molecare, our fully qualified and highly experienced vets' team is currently based at two of our South West retail outlets.
UK (PRUnderground) February 28th, 2013
It’s well known that we at Mole Valley Farmers care intensely about the countryside, and the farmers whose livelihoods depend on it. An established cooperative, we have first hand experience of how difficult it can sometimes be to make a healthy living out of agriculture, and that in order for livestock farmers to do this, their animals need to be healthy too. This is why we have now branched out from simply selling products like women’s and men’s wellies to offering a much wider range of services, including our very own veterinary practice.
Known as Molecare, our fully qualified and highly experienced vets’ team is currently based at two of our South West retail outlets, in Frome and South Molton, and can be reached between 8AM and 5:30PM on every weekday. If you are a livestock farmer living nearby and have any concerns about the health of any or all of your animals, simply get in touch with either David Jackson and Candido Rodriguez-Cruz in Frome, or Max Hardy and Rebecca Vallis in South Molton.
As well as providing more information on all of our goods, such as Brinsea egg incubators, our website also introduces you to each of our individual vets, ensuring that you have confidence in the professionals you will be placing your trust in. Along with some biographical information, the Molecare page also describes the areas of practice our vets specialise in, which should establish whether or not we can help you with your issue.
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.