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Time to Get Your Grass Tested? Here’s How With Dairygold

Dairygold Agri Business have grass testing available, where either individuals can take their grass samples themselves or a Sampler can be sent out on farm to take samples using a…

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The Facts on Applying Lime

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Grassland Weed Control

Liam Stack, M.Sc.Ag Weeds within your pasture compete with grass for nutrients.  A field of grass infested with 20% docks may produce the same tns DM as a field of…

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Dairygold Milk Replacer Range

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Why You Should Get Your Soil Tested with Dairygold

The Health of Our Soils By Rósín O’Donnell, B.Agr.Sc, Dairygold Agri Business Graduate 0867938408 As an industry we are striving to grow more grass in a sustainable manor. Grass is…

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Benefits of Using DIGEST-IT Slurry Additive

Dairygold Agri Business in conjunction with Devenish and Gouldings are pleased to introduce DIGEST-IT®, a biological slurry additive designed to increase nutrient recovery from slurry while also reducing ammonia emissions….

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Feeding Late Lactation Spring Calved Cows

What and how much you feed will be dependent on your cows yield, current and target calving BCS and current milk price. Grass: As a consequence of not building enough…

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Feeding Value of Alternative Feeds for Your Herd

By Edmond Curtin, B.Agr.Sc, Dairygold Area Sales Manager Your cows diet can be made up of; grass silage, cereal silages (wholecrop wheat, barley, triticale), maize silage, concentrates, straw, hay, wet…

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Hi Pro ECO LAC Dairy

By Susan Casey, B.Agr.Sc, Area Sales Manager Hi-Pro ECO LAC is designed around the core values that extend right throughout the Dairygold quality feeds range. It is: – High in…

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Maintaining Milk Volume During Adverse Weather Conditions

Milk volume should decline at no greater than 2% per week or 10% per month. Volume declines of greater than this are an indication of poor energy nutrition. Once volume…

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