Breeding

24 November 2020

The GB Cattle and UK Sheep Health and Welfare Groups (CHAWG and SHAWG) have launched their final biennial industry reports, highlighting areas of focus to drive forward improvements in the health and welfare of cattle and sheep.

18 November 2020

The fifth report from the Cattle Health and Welfare Group (CHAWG) provides a wide ranging summary of facts and figures relating to the UK cattle industry. The report aims to encourage the identification and collection of additional data, particularly in relation to cattle industry priorities identified by CHAWG.

17 November 2020

The final report from the Sheep Health and Welfare Group (SHAWG) provides a wide ranging summary of facts and figures relating to the UK sheep industry. The report aims to encourage the identification and collection of additional data, particularly in relation to sheep industry priorities identified by SHAWG.

20 November 2020

Dan Burdett reduced his autumn calving block from 12 weeks to six weeks

12 November 2020

The fifth Sheep Health and Welfare Group conference is taking place this year on Tuesday 24 November 2020, and will be the first time the conference has been held online.

12 November 2020

This webinar is a four-part series with Adrian Cox and Christina Huelsmann-Diamond from Farm Vets, focusing on the different stages of pork production.

6 November 2020

This webinar is a four-part series with Adrian Cox from Farm Vets, focusing on the different stages of pork production. It’s designed to refresh or provide new entrants with an overview of the breeding process in pork production.

13 October 2020

Sheep producers in Britain are being urged to fill in the national Sheep Breed Survey, which is an important reference point for researchers, funders and policy makers.

22 October 2020

Lean management, aims to optimise resources, maximise value and minimise waste. Find out about its origins and how Lean can be applied to agriculture and horticulture.

24 November 2020

This year the SHAWG conference will take place through an online platform on Tuesday 24 November. Tickets are FREE but must be purchased in advance.

28 October 2020

Our four-part series with Adrian Cox from Farm Vets, focuses on the different stages of pork production. This series is designed to refresh or provide new entrants with an overview of the breeding process in pork production.

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