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Dairy

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.

26 March 2020

Coronavirus: read our advice on how to comply with movement restrictions to bedding and feeding options.

27 March 2020

Consider possible changes to contracts, staff shortages, issues with transport, or availability of supplies and resources

6 March 2020

Register for the Herd Genetic Report

19 March 2020

Economic activity in China was much reduced for the New Year holiday, and then beyond as the government tried to limit the spread of coronavirus.

27 February 2020

Join AndreVan Barneveld for a masterclass around achieving higher yields from your grazing platform

5 February 2020

Join us on stand or book one our specialist seminars at this years Dairy Tech 2020

15 January 2020

In store purchase drivers differ across dairy categories, therefore what are the opportunities for the dairy sectors?

13 January 2020

Join AHDB Beef & Lamb and Dr Alexander Corbishley, a senior lecturer in farm animal health at the University of Edinburgh, for a webinar looking at the prevalence of and risk factors for poor colostrum antibody absorption in suckled calves. Research from the University of Edinburgh has shown that one in three British suckler calves would benefit from improving the amount of antibodies absorbed from colostrum. Calves rely on the transfer of antibodies from the cow via her colostrum within the first few hours of life to provide protection from disease. When insufficient antibodies are absorbed, calves are at serious risk of disease during the pre-weaning period and are more likely to need antibiotic treatment.

11 February 2020

Information on feed, contamination, housing and health during flooding