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Breakthrough in mastitis battle

Dairy farmers are making
big strides in managing mastitis in their herds – while using fewer antibiotics, suggests a study.

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Why home-grown high protein forage is a winner

More farmers are growing high protein fodder crops to ease cashflow pressures, improve milk quality and reduce their environmental impact.

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How to improve ruminant diets as feed costs soar

Dairy and beef producers striving to remain profitable as feed costs soar are being encouraged to adopt a similar strategy to pig and poultry producers.

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Top tips for spring grass management

Grass should b e treated as a valuable arable crop – with a long term plan to maximise output, says an agronomist.

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Retail giant Tesco pledges £6.5m for producers

Britain’s biggest retailer has increased payments to pig producers by £6.6m after being told it needed to it needs to do more to support struggling farmers – or wave goodbye to British pork.

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5 ways to ensure your silage clamp remains airtight

Good silage clamp management this season will maximise forage quality – more than justifying at a time when nitrogen fertiliser prices is at all-time high.

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Guide to maximise homegrown forage

A new guide aims to help livestock farmers maximise milk and meat production from home-grown forage.

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Dog owners slammed over failure to report attacks

Fewer than one in 20 sheep farmers are contacted by dog owners following an attack on their livestock, reveals a survey.

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‘Prioritise culling to ease cost pressure’

Implementing a hard cull policy in the year ahead could help alleviate rising costs facing many livestock businesses, say advisers.

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Nutrition sets scene for lambing success

Sheep farmers are being reminded to prioritise ewe nutrition before lambing to optimise productivity and reduce losses.

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