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Abomasal disorders are an all too common problem in high-yielding adult dairy cows, with left-displacement of the abomasum (LDA) the most frequently reported. Wendy Short reports.
A 90 per cent rate calved within six weeks is currently being achieved by a Leicestershire-based farming couple who started out as new entrants in the late 1990s. Wendy Short reports.
Turnout time can signal an increased risk of leptospirosis, with the disease is a common cause of infertility and abortion in cattle. Wendy Short reports.
Mycoplasma bovis (M. bovis) is thought to be common in Scottish dairy herds and experts believe a similar picture may apply to the rest of mainland UK. Wendy Short reports.
John Matheson and his family farm in the Scottish Highlands and while keen to preserve their traditional system, they are open to change to secure a sustainable future for their business.
Optimising cow condition through correct nutrition was the subject of a recent webinar hosted by trace element specialist Agrimin.
A North Yorkshire hill farm has benefited from participation in a sire evaluation scheme to improve growth rates and conformation in the Swaledale breed. Wendy Short finds out more.
Beef and sheep farmer, Ian Bell says he is still learning how to best manage an RSPB unit for farming and wildlife, but believes the two can co-exist.
A Hertfordshire sheep farmer has built up a medium-sized flock in just seven years and sells almost 500 lambs direct to customers annually at a pre-arranged fixed price.