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  • Reseeding-it pays to get it right! Hampshire

    | 4 August 2015 | PO17 6BWJoin us to ensure you are making an informed decision on whether to reseed and choosing your grass seed. No single variety can deliver across the board – Get your reseeding right!
  • Reseeding-it pays to get it right! Dorset

    | 5 August 2015 | DT10 2RTYou wouldn’t choose any old bull, then why choose any old grass? No single variety can deliver across the board – join us to ensure you are making an informed decision on whether to reseed and choosing your grass seed. Get your reseeding right!
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Latest news

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  • De-wormer survey

    As part of a UK Veterinary Medicines Directorate funded project, the cross industry group COWS, of which AHDB Dairy is a partner, is looking for your opinion on purchasing de-wormers (anthelmintics). 31 July 2015
  • Does controlled traffic farming have a place in a silage operation?

    AHDB Dairy has recently investigated the importance of good soil structure to grassland productivity. Last Friday (24 July 2015) Dr Debbie McConnell, AHDB Dairy R&D Manager, visited the AHDB Dairy and BGS joint demonstration farm in Yorkshire, to film the next phase in the research project. 30 July 2015
  • AHDB Dairy Healthy Feet Programme (DHFP) tackling lameness events Tuesday 28 July Denbigh, Wales an...

    Current lameness prevalence in GB dairy herds suggest that one in three cows are lame but lameness varies greatly from farm-to-farm, with some farms experiencing very low rates, and others suffering with more than half their cows lame. 28 July 2015
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