Livestock

18 October 2019

Less than four weeks to go until the Sheep Breeders Round Table event, where attendees will find out the latest from industry projects and have the opportunity to discuss the impacts of Brexit.

16 October 2019

A guide aimed at vets explaining the best way to encourage farmers to use the Healthy Feet Programme.

16 October 2019

A guide explaining the ideal rumen fill scores for cows at different stages of lactation, including a pictorial guide to the scores.

16 October 2019

A factsheet explaining the causes of hypomagnesaemia (grass staggers), along with preventative strategies and treatments.

16 October 2019

A guide explaining the procedure which should be followed when foot-trimming to reduce the spread of digital dermatitis.

16 October 2019

It's important to measure light, make sure any new installations have timers fitted and provide uniform lighting for pigs. This guide covers the principles of light in relation to pig production, both from a behavioural point of view and from optimising production.

16 October 2019

Key factors to consider when choosing lighting for pig units. This includes the requirements at different stages of production, as well as measuring light and selecting systems.

16 October 2019

The InCalf guide for GB farmers calving AYR pulls together the accepted knowledge on dairy herd fertility management, drawing on AHDB’s extensive amounts of research and resources, as well as industry experts across Great Britain and beyond.

16 October 2019

A sheet for farmers to record any health disorders in every cow that calves in their herd.

16 October 2019

A sheet for farmers to record any health disorders in every cow that calves in their herd.

16 October 2019

A guide explaining how to use the Mastitis Pattern Analysis Tool (MPAT) including how to obtain data from your milk recording organisation.

8 November 2019

Join AHDB & Field Options for a meeting looking at making the most of fodder beet, at Bicton College near Budleigh in Salterton. Our speaker for the day will be Dr Jim Gibbs, fodder beet grazing specialist from Lincoln University, New Zealand.