Storage

9 January 2024

New Defra guidance on BSE and animal feed storage

7 February 2024

Bluetongue is a non-contagious, viral disease affecting domestic and wild ruminants (primarily sheep and including cattle and goats), that is transmitted by insects, particularly biting midges.

14 December 2023

Our Slurry Wizard tool is being updated to improve user experience as it is required once again for round two of Defra's Slurry Infrastructure grant application.

2 January 2024

Watery mouth is an infectious bacterial disease that can kill newborn lambs usually within the first 3 days of life. Lambs pick up infection from the environment and the bacteria multiply very rapidly in the gut. Affected lambs die within hours.

20 January 2022

Join AHDB, HCC and QMS for a brand new CPD course focused on developing a structured approach to improving neonatal survival on beef and sheep farms. The latest research, led by the University of Edinburgh, has shown that beef and sheep farmers are highly motivated to improve neonatal outcomes, however they often attribute external factors as limiting their ability to make changes to their practice. Alongside the multifactorial nature of neonatal mortality, efforts to improve neonatal survival must be tailored to the farm’s specific circumstance.

18 January 2022

Join AHDB, HCC and QMS for a brand new CPD course focused on developing a structured approach to improving neonatal survival on beef and sheep farms. The latest research, led by the University of Edinburgh, has shown that beef and sheep farmers are highly motivated to improve neonatal outcomes, however they often attribute external factors as limiting their ability to make changes to their practice. Alongside the multifactorial nature of neonatal mortality, efforts to improve neonatal survival must be tailored to the farm’s specific circumstance.

19 January 2022

The latest research, led by the University of Edinburgh, has shown that beef and sheep farmers are highly motivated to improve neonatal outcomes. However, they often attribute external factors as limiting their ability to make changes to their practice. Alongside the multifactorial nature of neonatal mortality, efforts to improve neonatal survival must be tailored to the farm’s specific circumstances.

5 August 2021

Discover how to prevent and monitor hazards, as well as the corrective actions required to bring the production process back under control.

5 August 2021

Discover how to prevent and monitor hazards, as well as the corrective actions required to bring the production process back under control.

5 August 2021

Several treatments – residual insecticides, fumigants and physical desiccants – are available to help control pest infestations.

4 August 2021

Top tips on how to use pest monitoring traps.

11 August 2021

Hit cooling targets to help manage insect, mite and fungal risks in grain stores.

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