Nutrition

6 June 2023

The nutrient requirements of cereals, oilseeds, peas and beans, sugar beet and biomass crops.

22 August 2023

How to determine the nutrient requirements of grass and forage crops.

12 December 2023

Information on the nutrient content of organic materials, such as manures, compost and digestate.

6 June 2023

The AHDB Nutrient Management Guide (RB209) offers best practice guidance on the application of fertilisers and organic materials to crops and grassland.

21 March 2024

Good ewe nutrition is vital for successful flock performance. The feed requirements of ewes vary significantly depending on their stage of production and feeding regimes must take account of this. This manual looks at all the elements of ewe feeding and incorporates the latest thinking on this topic

11 August 2021

Find out how to extend the grazing season, supply a forage gap or outwinter livestock. Our advice will help you manage all aspects of grazed brassica and forage crops.

22 August 2019

Driving feed efficiency is crucial in all beef growing and finishing systems. This manual explains the different feed requirements of the growing and finishing stages of an animal’s life, providing valuable guidance on rationing for these separate phases

22 May 2018

A guide to assessing daily cow feed requirements, formulating diets and monitoring performance.

22 May 2018

Good water is key for health and good production. This report by RAFT solutions summarises technical and practical information on principles and practice based on international standards and published science, coupled with practical experience and knowledge from UK pig production

10 August 2018

Water is key for health, welfare and productivity. Sampling water may be an assurance scheme requirement. You may also wish to test minerals, flow rate and temperature to assess quality and quantity of a new supply or to investigate issues such as poor water intake or blocked pipes and filters

16 July 2018

Water is key for health, welfare and productivity. Sampling water may be an assurance scheme requirement. You may also wish to test minerals, flow rate and temperature to assess quality and quantity of a new supply or to investigate issues such as poor water intake or blocked pipes and filters

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