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.
The Brown Swiss breed has been instrumental in one couple’s journey to run a growing 240 cow profitable pedigree dairy herd. Sarah Liddle 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
One of our good friends once said to us: You should write a book on your farming life. This was mainly due to all our mishaps, bad luck and sometimes stupidity. So I suppose this column gives me the opportunity to keep a note of it all.
Taking account of field conditions ahead of silage-making is vital in order to maximise quality.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has written an open letter to the nations farmers setting out his ambition for the sector in upcoming trade deals ahead of the UK Farm to Fork Summit on May 16
Holstein champion Damm Tatoo Sallie from Martin and Cyrill Millar, Coleraine, Londonderry took home the dairy inter-breed championship.
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