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Webinars and podcasts

At Mole Valley Farmers, we’re passionate about keeping you updated with the latest industry-leading activity within our sector. That’s why we offer a wide range of webinars and podcasts on topics we know matter to you, featuring speakers who are leaders in their industries. See below the latest up-and-coming webinars so you don’t miss out.

Q&A Webinar – Poultry, Pigs, Goats and Alpacas

Tuesday 13th June 6.30pm - 7.30pm

Our live Q&A with our expert team of panellists aims to cover everything you need to successfully keep poultry, goats, alpacas and pigs and is an excellent opportunity to hear from industry experts on rearing these species. 

Our Q&A session will provide advice on everything from basic supplies, healthcare, and nutrition to birds not laying, vaccinating pigs to supplementing alpacas with vitamin D.

The session will last an hour. All questions put to the panel will be typed, with experts answering through video. The session will be recorded and available once it has finished.

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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. Don’t forget to subscribe to keep up to date when every new episode is out.  


Keep an eye out for our upcoming webinars. We'll update this page when our next event is scheduled.


Thursday 18th August July 1pm - 1.30pm

Rewatch Our Previous Webinars


Countryside Stewardship


Agri Inputs update - part 1


Agri Inputs update - part 1


Milk Map

Lambing 2022 - Promoting post-lambing profitability

Keep on the pulse with feed market trends

Give your calves the best start

Finishing lambs, weaning worming and weighing

Cattle fluke control at housing

Practical ideas to improve forage stocks on farm

How to feed your chickens

How to protect your chickens from pests and predators