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13th June, 2021

Archive for 2016


Posted on 05 Feb 2016 | 0 Comments

Silage analysis is essential to balance the dietary requirements of your cows both pre and post calving. Avoid the risk of Johne’s disease being spread among your new-born calves. Do not bulk feed from cows to all your caves. Know the disease status in your herd by using the older cows in your herd as […]

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Mental Health Essential for Optimal Transition management Outcomes

Posted on 01 Feb 2016 | 0 Comments

Spring calving will begin over the next few weeks. Even though milk price does not cover the cost of winter milk production at manufacturing price, a significant number of farmers have milked their late calving cows through the Christmas period. In the past, milk quota restrictions ensured most spring calving cows were dry prior to […]

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Tips for January 2016

Posted on 04 Jan 2016 | 0 Comments

Dry cow minerals and vitamins need to be supplemented in dry cow diets based on requirements. Optimal transition management outcomes are dependent on same. Scan cows now not detected in heat, which are part of your autumn breeding programme. Scan cows bred greater than 20 days to identify cows with early embryo death and missed […]

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