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Dairy farming in South Africa is not without its challenges, but British ex-pat Mark Holliday says things are now starting to look more positive. Chris McCullough reports.
Two years’ worth of data from a Cargill study is proving that heat stress is affecting most UK dairy herds during the summer, with a dip in fertility being just one telltale sign. But how do dairy farmers combat the problem?
The Agricultural Mortgage Corporation's Dugald Hamilton discusses some of the practical steps dairy farmers can take to reduce carbon emissions on their farms and pave the way for a greener, cleaner future
This year’s extreme summer drought in many parts of the country has reinforced the need for dairy farmers to look for alternative fodder sources to maximise milk production from home-grown feeds. Dairy Farmer reports.
Increasing the amount of maize grown could be one tactic to help mitigate some of the price pressures facing dairy farmers and get the best return from fertiliser on grass. Dairy Farmer reports.