Mole Valley Farmers

by Mole Valley Farmers

The Mole Valley Farmers’ podcast covers the latest farming news, technical advice and business and market matters using top experts from across the UK. So, whether it’s grassland management, market conditions, feed prices or policy changes, our Podcasts are here to help. Produced in association with Seth Conway Media. Don’t forget to subscribe to keep up to date when every new episode is out.  

Podcast episodes

  • Season 1

  • S01 E04 - Feeding Dairy Cows Sustainably

    S01 E04 - Feeding Dairy Cows Sustainably

    Milk processors are demanding farmers produce milk more sustainably, meaning they are being forced to look for solutions on their farms. In this latest podcast, Mole Valley Farmers’ Nutritionists Dr Kerensa Hawkey and Becky Hewlet...

    27:56
  • S01 E03 - Understanding Ways to make the most of current economics on Dairy Farms

    S01 E03 - Understanding Ways to make the most of current economics on Dairy Farms

    Dairy farmers face being exposed to external factors that could severely affect their business. In this latest podcast, Mole Valley Farmers’ experts James Hague, Dr Robin Hawkey and Daniel McCreadie discuss with our host Seth Conw...

    38:15
  • S01 E02 - Exploring Cost-Effective Winter-Feed Solutions for Livestock

    S01 E02 - Exploring Cost-Effective Winter-Feed Solutions for Livestock

    Plan, prepare and monitor is the message to ensure farmers have enough feed for their stock this winter. Silage samples are varied across the country and, for many, in short supply. In this latest podcast, Mole Valley Farmers’ Hea...

    41:28
  • S01 E01 - Understanding how to Prevent Forage Shortages in Drought-Stricken years

    S01 E01 - Understanding how to Prevent Forage Shortages in Drought-Stricken years

    2022 has been a tale of two halves for grassland farms across the UK, with some farmers experiencing extreme drought conditions whilst others bumper crops. In this latest podcast, we hear from Mole Valley Farmers' Head of Grasslan...

    41:25