How much pressure that puts on a second lactation animal?
The rumen in cattle is like a seesaw, as it constantly needs balancing to achieve the optimum performance. Like a seesaw, if the balance is upset it can throw the…
A newborn calf has no protective antibodies to fight disease or any health challenges. These can only be absorbed via colostrum, protecting the calf against disease for the first 8 weeks of life.
Helping farmers going into the new housing order with new ideas
A health rumen means a healthy and hopefully profitable animal.
Read more about how we can help with grazing management, and Humber fertiliser products by a Crediton Milling Forage Specialist
Sub-clinical and clinical acidosis occurs as rumen pH falls. The greater the fall and the longer low pH conditions remain, the more severe the consequences are on rumen health and…
Sarah Cann, part of our CMC focus team provides valuable information to help you measure, manage and monitor the level of lameness in your herd to improve herd health, productivity and overall farm profitability.
With the challenging economic pressures currently facing the beef industry, resizing cattle are measures that can be taken to ensure that ALL animals grow as quickly and well as they can? An article from our Ruminant Specialist
Pre-cut testing of fresh grass With all this dry weather, first cut is fast approaching but is it time yet? Mark Tucker, our Forage Specialist has taken some time…