Grassland Management

15 February 2022

Rob and Liz Priest from Kingsford Farm, Holsworthy and Scadghill Farm, Bude join AHDB’s Farm Excellence programme as the new Beef & Lamb Monitor Farm in the South West of England.

29 November 2021

AHDB will be rolling out six grass discussion groups across the country in collaboration with grazing consultants, which aim to help farmers understand more about best practice when it comes to grassland management.

24 November 2021

This grazing forage wall planner helps with grassland management all-year round

29 October 2021

Scottish dairy farms can grow quality grass – and lots of it – as one Stirlingshire unit has discovered while taking part in AHDB’s Forage for Knowledge programme*. Robin Young’s Waterside Farm at Kinbuck outside Dunblane is improving feed quality and saving money by making more of grazed grass.

29 October 2021

Scottish dairy farms can grow quality grass – and lots of it – as Robin Young has discovered while taking part in Forage for Knowledge. Measuring and testing grazed grass every week for the past seven years has shown Robin that Waterside Farm in Stirlingshire not only produces 12 ME grass, but also 12 t DM/ha from its grazing paddocks.

20 October 2021

Introducing cattle into arable rotations to ‘beef’ up the profit margin webinar

20 October 2021

Panel discussion: How to successfully manage sheep on herbal leys webinar

20 October 2021

Integrated farming strategies to improve farm health and performance webinar

8 October 2021

As we move into October and grass quality diminishes, forward grazing calves in front of the cows from now until weaning/housing will give the calves a chance to choose the remaining better quality grass.

7 October 2021

Grassland consultant George Fisher explains how liming can increase grass yields by up to 40%.

7 October 2021

Autumn is the time to address soil compaction, according to independent soil scientist, Chris Duller.

7 October 2021

The case for making milk and meat from grass could scarcely be stronger, according to dairy consultant, Tony Evans, from Andersons Farm Business Consultancy.

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