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Environment

2 November 2018

Common rush infestation is mainly a problem in permanent pastures and rough grazings on poorly drained soils in high rainfall areas. Once established, rush plants can impede soil drainage and reduce sward productivity. This publication looks at how to manage and control the common rush

2 November 2018

Water is a limited resource and water use in agriculture is a global concern. A significant quantity of water is used to produce each kilo of meat, however farmers can help minimise this water footprint by reducing water use on farm. This document looks at the factors farmers should consider

2 November 2018

Improving existing cattle buildings, or designing new builds to best standards, has a lasting and positive impact on animal health and productivity. This publication looks at the factors to bear in mind when farmers are considering cattle housing design

10 September 2018

British farmers and industry experts visited the Netherlands to learn how the country has reduced ammonia emissions by making changes on farm.

8 April 2020

Targeted at managers of arable-based systems who are thinking about livestock opportunities for the first time, this guide includes sections on leys, cover crops, forage crops, maize, outdoor pig production and manures.

18 September 2018

18 September 2018

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18 September 2018

13 August 2018

Some of the alternative bedding materials mentioned here can be used in conjunction with traditional cereal straw, either to replace it or offset the increased cost and allow straw-bedding supplies to go further

13 August 2018

Ventilation systems can improve living conditions. An efficient ventilation system draws fresh air in and removes stale air along with microbes, dust, harmful gases and water vapour. Inefficient ventilation is detrimental to pig and staff performance (particularly on hot days) and costs more to run