Groenekennis: CowManagement

Informatie voor professionals in voedsel en groen

  • externe gebruiker (Let opwarning)
  • Log in as
  • Over Groenekennis

    Groenekennis - Informatie voor professionals in voedsel en groen

    Groenekennis bevat artikelen uit vaktijdschriften, rapporten, video’s, presentaties, posters en websites op het gebied van landbouw, visserij, groene ruimte en voeding. Groenekennis wordt dagelijks bijgewerkt en bevat ongeveer 500.000 bronnen.

    Groenekennis is de globale view over diverse deelbestanden. Groenekennis is gevuld met alle informatie uit Groen Kennisnet, de Hydrotheek, Tuinpad, IB archief, ARTIK, bioKennis, Kennisbank Plantaardige bronnen, Kennisbank Zeldzame landbouwhuisdieren en afgesloten documentatiebestanden zoals Land Bodem Water en Consumenten- en huishoudstudies.

    Groen Kennisnet is een zeer belangrijk onderdeel van Groenekennis. De doelstelling van Groen Kennisnet is kennis delen op het gebied van Voedsel en Groen te bevorderen en te faciliteren voor een breed publiek.

    Bronnen in Groenekennis kunnen direct opgevraagd worden via een geavanceerde zoekmachine met een 'google-achtige' interface. Met filters kan ingezoomd worden op diverse aspecten, zoals Trefwoord, Collectie, Jaar en Auteur. Bovendien biedt Groenekennis gebruikers de mogelijkheid om via de E-mail geattendeerd te worden op aanvullingen in specifieke vakgebieden.
    De Tijdschriftenlijst biedt een overzicht van tijdschriften waaruit de artikelen voor Groenekennis worden geselecteerd. Door te klikken op een titel krijgt u alle artikelen uit dat tijdschrift in de Groenekennis database getoond.
    Zoeken op kaart biedt een geografische ingang op de beschikbare publicaties over de binnen dit bestand onderscheiden gebieden.

    Groenekennis is onderdeel van het bibliotheeksysteem van WUR. Praktijkgerichte publicaties en rapporten van WUR komen daardoor automatisch beschikbaar. Daarnaast wordt de database doorlopend gevuld met voor het groen onderwijs bruikbare bronnen en artikelen, video’s en websites. Het percentage online is de laatste jaren gegroeid tot tweederde van de totale aanwas per jaar. Dit percentage groeit nog steeds.


Records 1 - 20 / 734

  • help
  • uw selectie
  • export
    U kunt maximaal 250 titels exporteren. Verfijn uw zoekactie..
  • attendering
    Wij sturen u een mail met nieuwe resultaten voor deze zoekvraag: catalogus-isn=1748890
Markeer titels om ze aan uw selectie toe te voegen
Sorteer op
Extra money-making options : diversification should complement - not detract - from dairying \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2017
Mitigating volatility on some dairy units could involve diversification. We asked a leading UK business consultant to outline some viable options and to point out any potential benefits and pitfalls.
Consistent and persistent : Scottish dairy herd’s stamina and ‘staying power’ sees it move back up to take the top spot \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2017
A tight grip on meticulous herd management has seen one of the UK’s top dairy herds reclaim the number-one position in this year’s NMR Annual Production Report rankings. We spoke to the family behind its success to find out more
Clear breeding goals reap benefits : decide what sort of cow suits your system and stick to your guns \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Wright, K. \ 2017
Consistency is key on one Derbyshire-based unit that, for the past four years, has been in NMR’s top three herds ranked on Profitable Lifetime Index (PLI). Much of this success is down to well-defined breeding plans, designed to achieve uniform cows ...
Focus on feed quality : maize quality is key to maximising returns \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Eades, P. \ 2017
Selecting maize varieties with an emphasis on the quality of feed produced, as well as the return on investment, has helped to control feed costs on one Cornwall-based unit.
Let maize take the strain : increase area grown to help mitigate feed and forage risks \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Hainey, P. \ 2017
Maize usage in the UK is on the up with an increasing number of producers growing it to even out variable silage quality and protect their businesses against rising bought-in feed prices.
Spoilt for choice : cows that can graze – and put milk in the tank \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2017
Breeding has focused on reducing stature and improving feet and legs on one Derbyshire-based unit. And the result is a robust herd that’s equipped to utilise grassland and forage – with good quality surplus heifers to sell.
Genomic bulls storm ahead : gap between proven and young sires grows wider \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2017
Lancashire-based Holstein breeder James Tomlinson is, by his own admission, like a kid in a sweet shop when it comes to the latest bull-proof run. It’s diffi cult to choose between the top sires.
Maximising silage – and milk from forage – potential : focus on forage quality drives business growth \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Ball, E. \ 2017
Seeing, first hand, what a ‘little and often’ approach to silage making can achieve has led one Welsh dairying business to review its forage policy and adopt an autumn-calving system.
Pamper pens and protocols : timing, as well as quality and quantity, are critical to colostrum feeding \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2016
With spring calving just around the corner, what better time to brush up on ‘calf signals’ and review rearing protocols to make sure your girls – and boys – get off to the very best start. We spoke to three calf specialists to find out more.
If a job’s worth doing... : skilled and dedicated team is key to herd’s success \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2016
One Worcestershire-based herd is going from strength to strength, steadily moving up NMR’s Annual Production Report rankings. But management is geared up to maximise health, fertility and effi ciency – high yields are a ‘happy’ side effect.
To treat, or not to treat? : could you, and should you, cut down on antibiotic use in dry cows? \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Wright, K. \ 2016
The blanket treatment of cows with antibiotic at drying off is firmly under the spotlight. NMR vet Eamon Watson reassures producers that there’s no need to panic – particularly if they have access to herd level data and accurate individual cow record ...
Monitoring and managing : managing maize silage across the season means better forage utilisation \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Ball, E. \ 2016
Growing, ensiling and utilising maize silage on his mixed cowand- goat dairy unit is an on-going, year-round job for one Dorset-based producer. And he says that the work certainly isn’t done once the crop is off the field and in the clamp.
Calculate your heat units : pointers on minimising risk and maximising starch and energy yield \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Hainey, P. \ 2016
The variable 2015 maize crop highlights that risk management should be built into to more maize growers’ strategies and underlines that selecting varieties that are suited to growing conditions is vital. We spoke to two leading forage experts to fi n ...
Pointers for maize success : variety selection is crucial to maize crop – and winter feeding - success \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Eades, P. \ 2016
Switching from all-year-round calving to an autumn-block system has been made easier by growing and feeding more maize silage, according to one Cornwall-based producer. He told us more about how he manages his increased crop.
Fertility and efficiency : no plans for expansion – just consolidation \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Koopman, W. \ 2016
Theo van Zuijlen has no plans to increase cow numbers. He sees plenty of opportunities to improve effi ciency within the existing scale of his Dutch enterprise. Keeping fewer young stock and producing more milk per cow are focus of his plan. And good ...
'Price incentive' measures : no sign of milk price increase, but one co-operative is ‘managing’ supply \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Holt, C. \ 2016
Charles Holt, an independent consultant with the Farm Consultancy Group, looks for some good news on the thorny issue of milk price. While there are no signs of an imminent increase, a ‘bonus scheme’ introduced by one Dutch co-operative has caught hi ...
Two-pronged approach : foot dipping vs spraying – why not both? \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2016
Digital dermatitis is stubborn. Once a herd is infected, even if a level of control is achieved, it’s still there, in the environment and under the skin of the cow’s foot. So what’s best when it comes to tackling this costly and insidious disease? We ...
Breed for better resistance : world first for UK as breeding tool to help tackle bovine TB is launched \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Hardy, A. \ 2016
UK producers will be able to breed replacement that have greater resistance to bTB as of April’s bull proof run, with the launch of a genetic index called TB Advantage. We spoke to a leading geneticist to find out more about its potential
Living the 'Kiwi' dairy dream : bold move and expansion is paying dividends for family-run business \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Pike, B. \ 2016
The grass is certainly greener in New Zealand, according to one British producer who sold up and emigrated 10 years ago and, with help from his family, is now milking 2,000 cows. And there are still plenty of opportunities to further grow the busines ...
Once-a-day could be the way : what are the pros and cons of milking cows just once each day? \ CowManagement [Artikel]
Porter, R. \ 2016
More and more producers are switching to once-a-day milking in a bid to drive down production costs. But could it be an option for your herd and set up? We spoke to two producers and a nutritionist to find out more.
Markeer titels om ze aan uw selectie toe te voegen
<< vorige | volgende >>

Toon 20 50 100 records per pagina


To support researchers to publish their research Open Access, deals have been negotiated with various publishers. Depending on the deal, a discount is provided for the author on the Article Processing Charges that need to be paid by the author to publish an article Open Access. A discount of 100% means that (after approval) the author does not have to pay Article Processing Charges.

For the approval of an Open Access deal for an article, the corresponding author of this article must be affiliated with Wageningen University & Research.

U moet eerst inloggen om gebruik te maken van deze service. Login als Wageningen University & Research user of guest user rechtsboven op deze pagina.