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Christopher Murley farms in partnership with his two brothers and parents at two neighbouring farms on the western tip of Cornwall. Higher Bojewyan Farm has 180 autumn-calving pedigree Jerseys and Levant Farm runs 120 spring-calving cows on the 400-acre mostly-grass enterprise.
This month Roger Evans tells us of his deep felt fears about his next TB test, reveals his secret superstitions, and tells us why he needs to keep his fodder beet clamp away from prying eyes.
This month, Ian Potter discusses the future direction of prices as the much-awaited improvement starts to falter, considers whether this turnabout will be the final blow for many producers, and takes a look at the reluctance of some to sign up to the new Muller contract.
This month Roger Evans tells us about the need to keep production in check, believes that food imports will be the most likely expedient for an urban-centric government, and yet again worries over what the next TB test has in store.
This month, Ian Potter argues that if prices do go down they should do so no faster than they went up, puts the spotlight on the responsibilities of farmer board members, and finally examines the need for better volume management.
This month Roger Evans suffers the double whammy of more cows going down, plus a large financial penalty for not updating his milk profile, and to cap it all tells us why his IT tuition turns out to be a pretty costly affair too.
The new chief at Northern Ireland’s Dale Farm Co-op (formerly United Group) has now taken up the reins, but before he can execute his plans for the business, he has to deal with a milk shortage. Chris McCullough reports.
Christopher Murley farms in partnership with his two brothers and parents on neighbouring farms on the western tip of Cornwall. Higher Bojewyan Farm has 180 autumn calving pedigree Jerseys and Levant Farm runs 120 spring calving cows on the 400-acre mostly grass enterprise.
This month, Ian Potter looks at whether the better prices might present a time to catch breath and consider your future in milk production, warns that improved efficiency gained through necessity should be sustained, and finally takes a look at the latest free range milk launch.