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Autumn Grassland Management – Beef

This summer has been tough for grass growth. Most of us are still looking to take some silage off the farm. But irrespective of the tough summer we must do our utmost to build a wedge of grass to late September, allowing our cows to graze to late October/early November and closing the farm off with the correct farm cover.

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Ensure optimum health of your livestock this Spring with Superchoice Minerals

When it comes to animal nutrition, Superchoice Minerals are your guarantee for great quality and value. This product range has been formulated to meet the upper end of Teagasc’s recommended mineral levels and has been formulated to meet the needs of Irish dairy cows, cattle and sheep.

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Ensure optimum health of your livestock this Spring with Superchoice Minerals

When it comes to animal nutrition, Superchoice Minerals are your guarantee for great quality and value. This product range has been formulated to meet the upper end of Teagasc’s recommended mineral levels and has been formulated to meet the needs of Irish dairy cows, cattle and sheep.

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Dairygold Launches 2018 Calf Milk Replacer Specialist Programme

This Spring Season Dairygold Agribusiness will be launching a Calf Milk Replacer Specialist Programme. Rebecca O’Sullivan will be offering advice on feeding and managing the calf rearing process from birth to weaning.

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Dairygold Launches 2018 Calf Milk Replacer Specialist Programme

This Spring Season Dairygold Agribusiness will be launching a Calf Milk Replacer Specialist Programme. Rebecca O’Sullivan will be offering advice on feeding and managing the calf rearing process from birth to weaning.

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Nutrition & Fertility

Early Lactation Feeding: Nutrition and Maximising Fertility Performance Poor fertility performance is the biggest cause of involuntary culling on Irish dairy farms. Reducing empty rates from 15% to 10% will…

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