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Mole Valley Farmers began life more than 50 years ago, when a group of farmers from the South Molton area created an agricultural buying-group.  The success of this early enterprise has resulted in the Mole Valley Farmers family of companies becoming a leading agricultural supply business spanning the length of Britain, with holdings in Wales and more recently Scotland. This includes Mole Valley Farmers branches and Bridgman’s stores across the South West, Mole Country Stores,  Cox & Robinson farm direct outlets in the South and East of England, and manufacturing sites across England, and Scotland. 

Last year the company’s total turnover was £420 million and it employed 2100 staff.

As UK agriculture continues to consolidate, Mole Valley Farmers is committed to ensuring greater choice, protecting farming members from the impact of fewer suppliers and the threat of higher costs. They also aim to offer high levels of customer service and the widest range of keenly priced, quality products. 
Mole Valley Farmers has reward schemes for both Farmer and Country Members, which offer a mix of special discounts.

The company puts excellent customer care at the heart of the business.  Employees are encouraged to ‘go the extra mile’ for customers, resulting in greater staff satisfaction, which in turn helps the company to stand out from its competitors.


Over the last few years Mole Valley Farmers has improved its agricultural services in manufacturing, procurement, logistics, feed ingredients, and supplements, expanding animal nutrition, health, veterinary services and grassland production. This has allowed the company to be more innovative in research and development.
Mole Valley Forage Services now has a team of grassland specialists across the south west and Wales, assisting farming members to improve their grass production and efficiency, a key constituent of on-farm profitability. The company continues to invest in product development regarding speciality fertilisers and crop nutrition.
The company is now partnered with a well-established and respected feed business in Ayr, extending the Feed Solutions business and its distribution across northern England and southern Scotland.  This is the first ruminant feeds mill to be built in the UK in the last 25 years.
Farmers welcomed a unique netwrap crop packaging product named ‘Performance HD’. The company also launched ‘Shield Timber’, an industry-first fencing stake with a 15 year warranty for both products and consequential loss. Other vital agricultural lines included galvanised feeding equipment, animal health and dairy hygiene. The reformulation and re-launch of Mole Valley Farmers’ own brand dairy chemical range has ensured excellent value for money.

Veterinary Services

A Joint Venture Partnership with St David’s Farm Veterinary Services has enabled the company to establish additional Molecare large animal practices across the Mole Valley Farmers area. Already, Molecare Farm Vets in Frome, Somerset and South Molton in north Devon have recorded increases in the use of its services.  In addition to our large animal practices, we have a small animal practice, Molecare Pet Vets, located in Newton Abbot, Devon.
Molecare Laboratory Services process and evaluate faecal egg counts, and further expansion of these services is envisaged.
Mole Valley Farmers has also produced its own, branded animal medicines, bringing a keen competitive edge to the industry.


Many farmers and other customers have chosen to future-proof their power supplies and ensure a regular income by adopting alternative energy sources. Mole Valley Farmers believes the future remains positive for renewable energy, and continues to offer tried and trusted products in what can be a volatile market place.
Overall the demand for solar products continues, despite the perception by some that reduced feed-in tariffs are no longer viable. On the contrary, with equipment prices reducing and the long term outlook for electricity increasing, the return on investment still merits consideration.
To date the majority of installations have been to farmers ranging from dairy producers through to soft fruit growers.  However, given the diversity of our Country membership, alternative energy sources have also been supplied to carp fishponds, wedding venues, holiday lets and schools.

Mole Valley Plus

This department ensures that members benefit from keen prices across a range of products and services not typically supplied through the rural stores. Members ring in, explain what goods or services they require, and the Mole Valley Plus team get to work identifying the keenest prices from participating businesses. The category most accessed is typically fuel, with aggregates, concretes, tyres and hire tools also proving popular.

Farm Buildings

Our farm buildings, fabrication and timber wholesale business, based at Witheridge continues to grow and diversify offering a range of buildings from standard kit form to bespoke. The dedicated team has been successful in achieving the new CE standard for building design which specifies a higher level of structural integrity, fully complying with new European legislation.  

Rural Stores

Our reputation for value is one of Mole Valley Farmers’ key strengths, and having undertaken a rebrand, the Mole CountryStores format has been rolled out to what had previously been SCATS Countrystores. This has included an improved store layout, a larger stock profile and many with a dedicated Farm Services Area plus more efficient service locations.
Many branches now have a food and drink section, featuring local produce which is often sourced from Mole Valley Farmers agricultural customers, in a ‘plough to plate’ initiative.
The company also has its ‘No Bull’ line - a robust, no frills work clothes and footwear brand.
With convenience becoming more important, all Mole Valley Farmers and most Mole Country Stores are open from 10.00am to 4.00pm on Sundays.


An independent customer assessment programme launched last year via Trusted Shops, asked customers to rate service, delivery and the quality of products supplied online. The average performance was an impressive ‘Excellent’ for 4.8 stars out of 5.  As customer habits change and technologies evolve, Mole Valley Farmers continues to improve these services, offering a convenient on-line option.

Gender Pay Report

Organisations in the UK with more than 250 employees are to report their gender pay gap, due to the Government released legislation in 2017. At Mole Valley Farmers, we believe this is a positive step towards addressing any potential gender bias in our industry and workforce.

Download the report here


The business is well placed for the future.

The priorities continue to be investment in core business activities and the nurturing of values that set the company apart from its competitors. Agriculture is changing quickly, therefore Mole Valley Farmers needs to constantly adapt to meet customer needs, and retain its position as a leading agricultural supply business.

Annual Report and Accounts

Read our 2018-19 Annual Report and Accounts

Mole Valley Farmers approach to tax – September 2018

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