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Latest articles

Intake consistency a critical factor in reducing feed costs per litre

First published: 12 Dec 17

Attention to detail is the key to minimising ration inconsistency, which can negatively impact rumen efficiency, feed costs per litre and herd performance.

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Ten steps to more efficient rations that lower feed costs

First published: 27 Nov 17

Poorly designed and presented rations can lose milk producers as much as 1.5-2.5ppl, yet with greater attention to ration detail much of that can be regained.

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Feed Outlook* - Oct 2017

First published: 30 Oct 17

The impact on feed prices of a possible record US soyabean harvest and huge Russian wheat crop continues to drive interest in extending forward cover.

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Feed Outlook* - Sep 2017

First published: 22 Sep 17

A bumper Russian wheat harvest has pushed energy feed prices lower, but US wheat quality issues and a poor Australian crop may cause prices to rally.

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