Dairy

21 June 2022

427 thousand of the world’s dairy farmers are leaving the industry each year. But the world’s population is expected to grow to 10 billion by 2050. How can the dairy sector help feed these people sustainably while also ensuring its farmers are able to make a living?

14 June 2022

The final aspect of your cow track to consider is what fencing to use and how to ensure it doesn’t slow down cow flow. Here we look at what to bear in mind when fencing your cow track.

14 June 2022

What should you consider when working out the cost of your new cow track? Here we explain the different expenses to account for when calculating the cost of your chosen track design.

14 June 2022

We outline the tell-tale signs that may indicate problems with your track and suggest how to maintain it to ensure it continues to aid cow flow and comfort.

14 June 2022

To give your new cow track the best chance of success, there are a few things to keep in mind when designing and building it. Work through our checklist of considerations to make sure you’re constructing an effective and long-lasting track.

14 June 2022

When it comes to choosing materials for building your cow track, you have a number of options. Find out what to consider when deciding on the best material to use for your track and herd.

14 June 2022

When deciding on a route for your new cow track there are a number of things to keep in mind. Work through our checklist to make sure you’ve thought of everything.

14 June 2022

Installing a cow track that works for your herd means taking into account the way cows behave when they’re moving around in groups. Find out how to ensure your track keeps your cows moving happily.

14 June 2022

Cow tracks bring a number of benefits to your farm and herd. Find out how installing a track can save you money, keep your cows healthy and minimise your environmental impact.

23 May 2022

Burgers and grills look set to steal the party ‘crown’ next week for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

23 May 2022

The Animal Health and Welfare Pathway is a long-term, project partnership, co-designed by government and industry, across cattle (beef and dairy), sheep, pig and poultry (layer and broiler) sectors to support continual improvement in health and welfare.

31 March 2022

An extra 1.2m kg of cheese was sold this Valentine’s versus 2020

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