Visit the UK’s leading indoor agricultural event, with eleven packed halls of the very latest in agricultural machinery and equipment. Now at the NEC, Birmingham this is free to attend and free to park.
Remote monitoring tools could be a solution to the problem of recruiting staff into dairy farming. Farmers Guardian takes a look at some New Zealand technolgy, which is now being aimed at the UK market.
Ewe feeding in mid-pregnancy is often seen as less important than feeding immediately pre-and post-lambing, however, feeding in months two and three of pregnancy can have a huge bearing on lamb numbers and vitality.
There are many possible ways of splitting up dairy cows for health, production or management purposes, but looking at logistics and dietary requirements of each group is paramount before making the change.
Effective uptake of nitrogen fertilisers to optimise yields, maximise spending and minimise losses is a key challenge for the arable sector. Alice Dyer explores how growers can make their nitrogen work harder.