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Stay up to date with the latest press releases, newsletters, and updates from Arrabawn

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Stay up to date with the latest press releases, newsletters, and updates from Arrabawn

  • May 2020 – Click here to read the Arrabawn Newsletter April 2020 – Click here to read the Arrabawn Newsletter March 2020 – Click here to read the Arrabawn Newsletter February 2020 – Click here to read the Arrabawn Newsletter January 2020 – Click here......

  • So far, we have had no cases of COVID-19 within any of our businesses, and we continue to ensure that every precaution is taken to ensure the safety of our farmers and our staff.  Social distancing, hand-washing, sanitising, and temperature checking have all become part......

  • Following a recent assessment of the Company’s Energy Management System, Arrabawn Ingredients Nenagh have received ISO 50001:2018 certification. ISO 50001 is the international standard for Energy Management Systems.  The standard aims to help organizations continually reduce their energy use, and therefore their energy costs and......

  • Silage harvesting is a major cost on farms and making poor quality silage adds significantly to that cost. Quality silage will determine animal performance during this housed period and will reduce the costs of supplementation. Choosing the right time to harvest, while minimising the loss......

  • With the 2020 breeding season on the horizon, now is a good time to start planning. It is critical that you utilise all the tools at your disposal in order to make the best possible breeding decisions for your herd. Figure 1 below outlines a......

  • Dear Supplier I hope you and your families are keeping well in these challenging times. Following the outbreak and spread of the Covid-19 / Coronavirus, Arrabawn Co-op has moved to protect the safety, health and wellbeing of our 1,000 Farm Families, our staff, our customers......

  • Fertilisers should supply nutrients in the correct balance for the crop and the soil fertility level. Soil P and K levels should be at index 3 to maximise grass production – building soil P and K levels can take a number of years. The approach......

  • Grass growth from the 1st to the 10th of April is usually around 30kgDM/day while at the end of the month it is likely to average 70kg-90DM/day. This means that we often go from a period of grass shortage to surplus very quickly. At this......

  • Number of straws: it takes about 5.5 straws to end up with one heifer milking in the parlour in 2020. How many heifers do you want entering your herd in 2020? If you want 25 milking heifers then you must use at least 140 dairy......

  • Having run a short series of talks at the Arrabawn Store Tyone Mills, Nenagh, the Arrabawn Store Athenry and the Arrabawn Store Newport earlier in the summer it has been decided to extend the series of talks for the foreseeable future. The talks have been......

  • The Teagasc Arrabawn Joint programme held a Spring Dairy Farm Walk on the 24th of April on Enda & Maura Barrett’s Farm outside Kilconnell in County Galway....

  • Following on from a difficult 2018, silage stocks on farms have run low and farmers must ensure they have a significant buffer of stock to see them through the coming wintering period....

  • ASSAP is a new free advisory service with 20 advisors from Teagasc and 10 advisors from the dairy industry working in 190 catchments or priority areas for action (PAAs) across the country...

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