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‘We’re importing our heifers early to avoid Brexit chaos’

‘We’re importing our heifers early to avoid Brexit chaos’Sponsored by DNOMF

Farmers Guardian caught up with Disease? Not On My Farm! ambassador William Westacott to find how he is preparing for Brexit.

‘Spring is well underway and we’re looking forward to seeing the stock return to pasture’

‘Spring is well underway and we’re looking forward to seeing the stock return to pasture’Sponsored by DNOMF

Farmers Guardian caught up with Disease? Not On My Farm! ambassador Fiona Skeen to find the news from the farm, where spring is well underway.

Remaining disease-free when starting your livestock business

Remaining disease-free when starting your livestock businessSponsored by DNOMF

Farmers Guardian caught up with new Disease? Not On My Farm! ambassador farmers, Ben and Tori Stanley, to find out how they have developed their business over the past four years, while also trying to remain disease-free. 

First steps to dry cow therapy

First steps to dry cow therapySponsored by DNOMF

Dry cow therapy can reduce the use of antibiotics in a herd. We caught up with Disease? Not On My Farm! ambassador Fraser Jones to find out what he learnt at a recent training day at his farm in Welshpool.

‘Farm visits open people’s eyes to modern agriculture’ says James Robinson 

‘Farm visits open people’s eyes to modern agriculture’ says James Robinson Sponsored by DNOMF

Disease? Not On My Farm! ambassador James Robinson and his wife Michelle tell us about the work they do with schools.

British Cattle Breeders Conference 2018: “It’s no good burying our heads in the sand” – ambassador farmer Fraser Jones

British Cattle Breeders Conference 2018: “It’s no good burying our heads in the sand” – ambassador farmer Fraser JonesSponsored by DNOMF

“It’s no good burying our heads in the sand” – ambassador farmer Fraser Jones reflects on his experience at this year’s conference.
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