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June 2016

Dairy-Bred Beef Calves

By Wynnstay Sheep & Beef Team 4 years ago

As a farmer, you already know what makes your business tick. You don’t need us to tell you that optimising the value of each animal is the key to a successful business. But did you know the importance of the first three months in terms of maximising lifetime performance of your dairy-bred reared calves?

LifeStart Interview: Gill Dickson on feeding

By Wynnstay Dairy News 4 years ago

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To Treat or Not To Treat?

By Wynnstay Animal Health Team 4 years ago

Should farmers treat their animals? As we move into an increasingly wet and humid summer, do you know the parasite burden in your area? Farmers should be wary that 2016 will not be a repeat of 2015, where parasite burdens were at a record low.

Fly Population Control

By Wynnstay Animal Health Team 4 years ago

Stay on top of fly populations on farm to protect livestock productivity and welfare. Flies can be a costly nuisance to the UK’s cattle and sheep population. In addition to the irritation caused, flies can also transmit a number of diseases, causing both financial and welfare concerns.

Grass Watch Report - 27 June 2016

By Steve Brown 4 years ago

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Grass Watch Report - 27 June 2016

By Steve Brown 4 years ago

Grass Watch Report - 27 June 2016

Trial event showcases new and candidate wheat varieties

By Wynnstay Arable Team 4 years ago

With many winter wheat crops starting to turn, variety decisions for next year will be at the forefront of many growers’ minds. A key challenge often facing growers in the north is assessing which varieties will perform best on their farm.

Grass Watch - 13th June 2016

By Steve Brown 4 years ago

Grass Watch report for 13th June 2016

Grass Watch Report - June 2016

By Steve Brown 4 years ago

Grass Watch report for 3rd June 2016

Grass Watch Report - 3rd June 2016

By Steve Brown 4 years ago

Grass Watch report for 3rd June 2016