Environment

26 November 2018

Heat stress will increase the pigs respiration rate in an attempt to keep cool. Animals will seek opportunities for cooling, ie wallowing, soiling pen and lying in urine. If the pig cannot cool itself sufficiently it will collapse and, in the worst scenario, die.

8 August 2018

Insight into how the drought affects cattle feed usage.

6 May 2020

Heat stress must be avoided in order to prevent unnecessary suffering and reduced productivity in indoor herds

2 November 2018

What to look out for and how to handle your cattle during extreme weather events such as droughts and heat waves

16 July 2018

The Greenhouse Gas Action Plan (GHGAP) sets out how the agriculture industry in England is responding to this challenge. It shows our commitment to helping to play our part in tackling climate change by reducing our greenhouse gas emissions by three million tonnes of CO2 equivalent per year from 2018-2022.

15 October 2020

AHDB believes that thriving, sustainable, highly productive business for UK farmers and growers and their supply chain partners delivers a lower environmental impact and goes hand-in-hand with valuing and enhancing the natural environment.

30 July 2020

Explore how you compare against our optimal dairy system key performance indicators to help establish what we can learn from each other

13 August 2018

The Yearbook provides updates on the work undertaken by AHDB during the previous year. Teams from knowledge exchange, research & innovations, health & welfare, consumer marketing, exports, market intelligence, consumber insight and the pork strategy director all share details of progess on projects

4 July 2018

The Yearbook provides updates on the work undertaken by AHDB during the previous year. Teams from knowledge exchange, research & innovations, health & welfare, consumer marketing, exports, market intelligence, consumber insight and the pork strategy director all share details of progess on projects

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