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Site is set for success \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2018
A 'seasonal’ diversification is set to add value to one Isle of Man- based dairy business. Will Cain, who farms in partnership with his parents Derek and Jane, runs an 80-cow herd at the southerly tip of the island, on coastal land. This spring he fi ...
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Genomic results spell out heifers’ credentials and their likely role in the herd \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Wright, K. \ 2018
Genomic reports provide heifer ‘CVs’, well ahead of their start date in the milking herd. With a reliability of 70% – far higher than the parent average reliability at 35% – two producers explain why genomically testing heifers is now an integral par ...
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Maize drives milk returns : Growing and feeding quality forage increases milk constituent yield \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Eades, P. \ 2018
Producing top-quality milk to meet a constituent-based contract starts with growing and feeding the best quality forage, for one Cornwall-based producer. We find out how he meets challenging growing conditions head on to ensure that he sees a good re ...
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Fresh approach to the transition period : Focusing on the dry period has resulted in multiple benefits \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Goringe, L. \ 2018
Taking a more holistic approach to the transition period has led to significant improvements for one Dorset-based herd. Changes to management and feeding mean that cows and heifers now have a better start to their lactation.
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One small change offers significant benefits : Improving forage quality and increasing attention to detail are key to success \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Ball, E. \ 2018
Taking first, and any subsequent, silage cuts earlier in the season has improved silage quality and herd performance on one Dorsetbased dairy unit. So what was the catalyst for making the change?
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Sorting the wheat from the chaff : Breeding indexes provide a much-needed navigation tool for block-calving herds : main article \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2018
We find out more about the latest index introduced by AHDB Dairy to help autumn-calving herds more easily identify bulls that will produce fertile daughters that perform well on winter rations.
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Don’t tell me I can’t... : ‘can-do’ attitude lays foundations for a bright dairying future \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2018
A non-farming background hasn’t stopped one aspiring herd manager from thinking big when it comes to dairy genetics. We spoke to her to fi nd out more.
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Keep the faith \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Evans, R. \ 2018
Shropshire-based producer and award-winning columnist Roger Evans runs through his wish list for 2018 and explains why maintaining a level of optimism is so important for all of us.
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Forage plans : a few words from Roger Evans \ CowManagement [Artikel]
2018
Award-winning columnist and Shropshire-based producer Roger Evans shares his ideas on how to help eke out forage supplies this winter, but he’s also prepared for things to go a little awry.
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Gold in their sights : We meet the first two competition finalists : gold cup \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2018
The 2018 NMR/RABDF Gold Cup fi nalists have been announced and, in the fi rst of a series of three articles, we take a closer look at two of the six herds. First up, we profi le two high-yielding pedigree herds that are no strangers to the competitio ...
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Automated system optimises health and productivity : robots suit the cows, labour availability – and the weather : feeding \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Ball, E. \ 2018
Ensuring that cows have access to the milking robots at all times is key to the success of the permanently housed herd at one West Yorkshire-based dairy unit. We visited them to find out more about milking, feeding, and overall cow management.
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Fit for purpose : make milk replacer buying choice on merits, not on price : calf-rearing special \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2018
How do you ensure that the calf milk replacer that you buy is the best choice – and investment – for your calves? Look behind the label and determine your objectives are just two tips from a leading calf specialist.
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Healthy options : alerts pre-empt cow health, production and welfare problems : health \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Wright, K. \ 2018
Collars on cows have progressed from being purely for heat detection. Those using the latest cow monitoring system SenseTime, that has replaced Heatime, are picking up additional valuable data that can be quickly and easily translated into health, ca ...
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Horses for courses : cross-bred sires produce cows that are ‘fit for purpose’ : breeding \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2018
Sires developed to breed replacements for herds managed on grass-based systems are taking the stress – and the guess work – out of buying semen for one Staffordshire-based producer. We spoke to him to find out more.
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Scottish family’s herd retains production ranking top spot : how do they do it? \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2018
One Scottish dairying family has retained top position as NMR’s highest Holstein production herd in the organisation’s latest Annual Production Report for the year ending September 2017. We spoke to them to find out how they do it.
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Alternative forage crop can boost milk quality and reduce protein costs : Lucerne makes the cut \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ Wright, K. \ 2018
A high-protein forage crop, suitable for growing on UK dairy units, can not only help to reduce bought-in feed costs but also boost dry matter intakes and milk quality.
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Activity monitoring system flags up cows in heat : Caught by the collar \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2018
An automatic heat-detection system is lightening the labour load, when it comes to spotting bulling cows and keeping herd fertility on track, on an organic unit based near Oswestry. We spoke to a progressive producer to find out more.
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Udder treatment options for progressive herds : ‘Niche’ approach shines new light on mastitis prevention and control \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2018
In some circumstances there is potential to reduce antibiotic use when treating milking cows for mastitis. Two vets, who spoke at the recent MSD Mastitis Panel meeting, shared their views and experiences.
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All-in-one feeding revolution : Can one machine be more financially viable than three? \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2018
After a prolonged winter, with many herds fed TMR rations well into April, machinery has been put well and truly through it’s paces during the past six months. Could it be time for an upgrade?
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Breeding plays a key role in improving milk quality – and price : Adding value to milk \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2018
Improving and altering milk constituent levels can increase the size of your milk cheque – particularly when supplying milk to a cheese processor or other dairy manufacturer. And genetics have an important role to play here.
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