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Grassland Management

3 April 2020

Recent research has shown that infective liver fluke cysts can survive in spoiled silage.

3 April 2020

Deep-rooting crops that are good to fill the summer grazing gap also help to improve soil structure and fix nitrogen.

3 April 2020

Farmers are encouraged to review their nutrient management plan to optimise grassland productivity this harvest season.

15 April 2020

Silage slippage decreases the nutritional and hygienic value of silage and causes significant wastage but each and every year the issue is seen on farms. Join us for a webinar with Dave Davies looking at clamp silage

16 April 2020

Join AHDB Beef and Lamb and Dr Liz Genever, Independent beef and sheep consultant, for a webinar on getting the most out of your permanent pasture.

27 March 2020

The cost of a lost grazing day to businesses is an important calculation, even for experienced grazing managers.

27 March 2020

Waterlogged swards need a kick-start this season. Grazing managers who rely on their usual fertiliser rates could see disappointing growth rates. Paddocks that were flooded, or severely waterlogged, over winter need rejuvenation, followed by higher nitrogen and sulphur applications.

27 March 2020

Farmers who took part in the AHDB Beef and Lamb-funded project, Beef from Grass, have seen fantastic results through implementing rotational grazing into their systems, with some trialling outwintering.

20 March 2020

Milk urea may increase after turnout due to the high levels of digestible protein in grass.

20 March 2020

Tips on how to monitor grass growth during the grazing season.

20 March 2020

With a challenging start to the grazing season, it’s worth remembering three-leaf theory when faced with any difficult decisions.

24 March 2020

Join AHDB Beef and Lamb and Marc Jones, from ADAS, for a webinar discussing the findings of the beef from grass project.