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The Dairy Show 2015: Video round-up

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Dairy leaders battle it out in the speakers corner, a Jersey is crowned Champion Cow for the second year running and build on your technical knowledge with the specialists in our product launch video.
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Keep up-to-date with our videos from the The Dairy Show held at the Bath and West Showground last week.

SHOW HIGHLIGHTS & CHAMPION COW:

GREAT MILK DEBATE:


Hosted by Dairy Farmer editor, Peter Hollinshead the Great Milk Debate saw NFU Dairy Board Chairman Rob Harrison, Farmers For Action Chairman David Handley and AHDB Dairy Chairman, Gwyn Jones battle it out at the showground.

 

PRODUCT LAUNCHES ON THE STANDS:

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