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30 Arrabawn suppliers have achieved a place among the Cell Check Top 500 Quality Milk Suppliers in the country for 2019. These awards are running for a number of years now and the quality of milk supplied is increasing year on year. To have achieved a place...

Lameness is a major issue within dairy herds and is the second major cow health concern following closely behind mastitis. 20-35% of herds suffer from some degree of lameness. Digital Dermatitis or more commonly known as “Mortellaro” is the main cause. A combination of bacteria is...

Adjust N application rates based on growth rates. One unit of N per day of rotation is recommended. Protected Urea can be used during dry conditions. Once soil moisture deficits are restored, nitrogen mineralisation from the soil will occur and 8 – 16 units/ac...

With the current dry conditions and reduced growth of grass there is the risk of cows not having enough grass to meet their requirements. Under dry conditions, grass will tend to ‘shoot out’, get stemmy and go to seed, with a dramatic fall off in...

What is a FEC:  Faecal Egg Counts are a very beneficial, simple test which involves studying a dung sample under a microscope. The dung is diluted in water, placed on a specialised grid and viewed under a microscope. The parasitologist looks at each egg and...

Take your opportunities to get lime out during the spring and summer because conditions don’t always suit in the autumn and you’ve missed another year. Lime plays a major role in improving the 3 fundamentals of soil health namely, • Soil chemistry - Fertilizer use efficiency • Soil...

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