Contents tagged with feed

11 August 2021

With risks remaining around high feed prices, it’s worth assessing how exposed margins are to feed

7 April 2021

Measuring rainfall not only tracks long-term weather patterns but is another tool to help budget feed and grass growth. Although historical data can be used with current weather predictions to make better grazing decisions and more realistic feed forecasts, says Gloucester dairy farmer, Keith Davis.

9 March 2021

Find out more about growing and feeding maize to cattle and sheep.

9 March 2021

Find out more about growing and feeding winter rye to cattle and sheep.

9 March 2021

Find out more about growing and feeding triticale to cattle and sheep.

9 March 2021

Find out more about growing and feeding oats to cattle and sheep.

9 March 2021

Find out more about growing and feeding wheat to cattle and sheep.

9 March 2021

Find out more about growing and feeding barley to cattle and sheep.

20 May 2021

Wholecrop cereal silage is made by harvesting the whole plant and storing it anaerobically. This page highlights the different types.

9 March 2021

Understand the differences in harvest timing, additives, storage and feeding requirements of moist and dry grains.

4 August 2021

Our guide to cereal grain options for cattle and sheep feed can help you make informed decisions about what’s best for your system.

9 March 2021

The options for preservation depend mainly on the dry matter (DM) content of the material being harvested, whether the grain and straw are being harvested separately, and the facilities for on-farm processing and storage.

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