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Latest articles

Summer growth critical to heifer performance post-calving

First published: 20 Jun 17

Maintaining summer heifer growth is vital for 22-24 month calving, with any extra feed cost far less than the losses associated with later entry into the herd.

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Protein prices continue downward trend, but risk of a rise remains*

First published: 02 Jun 17

Downward pressure on protein feed prices continues, but there's still considerable potential for volatility so forward contracts will be key to risk management.

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Rising cost of fats forces interest in alternative feeding strategies

First published: 15 May 17

Reducing reliance on rumen-protected fats and instead boosting feed utilisation efficiency is a top priority for milk producers as fat costs continue to rise.

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Rising global feed production but feed value still top priority*

First published: 24 Apr 17

Despite potentially large global cereal crops, tightening availability in the UK is putting the focus on better value alternatives to reduce overall feed costs.

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