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  • Lean Management, Somerset

    When:
    July 26th 2016 10:30 to 15:00
    Location:
    BA22 7DW

    Lean Management is a continuous improvement management model used in other industries, adapted and proven to be effective for GB dairy farming.

    Business Management

  • Calf to Calving - Maximise your future potential, Aberdeen

    When:
    July 26th 2016 10:45 to 14:30
    Location:
    AB21 0SH

    The Calf to Calving Initiative has been developed to outline best practice from the minute a calf is born through to the point she should calve into the herd 24 months later. The meetings will run on a 3 monthly basis and track a group of 10 calves on the host farms through their life cycle discussing all areas of young stock rearing and management along the way.

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Stockperson's Club - Grassland Management, Staffs

    When:
    July 26th 2016 11:00 to 14:30
    Location:
    ST20 0JB

    How can you bring new skills to your employer? Robert Thornhill of Standhill Farm, Bakewell will be discussing with the group how he has worked with his herd manager to optimise the grazing in his spring block calving system to improve business sustainability.

    Business Management, Feed and Forage

  • Women in Dairy, Leedstown

    When:
    July 26th 2016 11:00 to 14:30
    Location:
    TR27 6EN

    A discussion with Devon farm vet Andrew Biggs on the use of antibiotics in dairy cows, particularly in the treatment of mastitis and as part of dry cow therapy. We are more and more aware of the need to consider the use of antibiotics and how, through better practice on farms, we may be able to reduce our reliance on it. Andy will be interested to hear about your thoughts on the subject and practices on your farm.

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Women in Dairy, Liskeard

    When:
    July 26th 2016 19:00 to 21:30
    Location:
    PL14 3AU

    A discussion with Devon farm vet Andrew Biggs on the use of antibiotics in dairy cows, particularly in the treatment of mastitis and as part of dry cow therapy. We are more and more aware of the need to consider the use of antibiotics and how, through better practice on farms, we may be able to reduce our reliance on it. Andy will be interested to hear about your thoughts on the subject and practices on your farm.

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Lean Management, Devon

    When:
    July 27th 2016 10:30 to 15:00
    Location:
    EX5 5AY

    Lean Management is a continuous improvement management model used in other industries, adapted and proven to be effective for GB dairy farming.

    Business Management

  • Calf to Calving - Maximise your future potential, North Wales

    When:
    July 27th 2016 10:45 to 14:30
    Location:
    LL54 5DU

    The Calf to Calving Initiative has been developed to outline best practice from the minute a calf is born through to the point she should calve into the herd 24 months later. The meetings will run on a 3 monthly basis and track a group of 10 calves on the host farms through their life cycle discussing all areas of young stock rearing and management along the way.

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Women in Dairy, Launceston

    When:
    July 27th 2016 11:00 to 14:30
    Location:
    PL15 9RT

    A discussion with Devon farm vet Andrew Biggs on the use of antibiotics in dairy cows, particularly in the treatment of mastitis and as part of dry cow therapy. We are more and more aware of the need to consider the use of antibiotics and how, through better practice on farms, we may be able to reduce our reliance on it. Andy will be interested to hear about your thoughts on the subject and practices on your farm.

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Women in Dairy, Cullompton

    When:
    July 27th 2016 19:00 to 21:30
    Location:
    EX15 2AB

    A discussion with Devon farm vet Andrew Biggs on the use of antibiotics in dairy cows, particularly in the treatment of mastitis and as part of dry cow therapy. We are more and more aware of the need to consider the use of antibiotics and how, through better practice on farms, we may be able to reduce our reliance on it. Andy will be interested to hear about your thoughts on the subject and practices on your farm.

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Calf to Calving - Maximise your future potential, Pembrokeshire

    When:
    July 28th 2016 10:44 to 14:30
    Location:
    SA62 6LH

    The Calf to Calving Initiative has been developed to outline best practice from the minute a calf is born through to the point she should calve into the herd 24 months later. The meetings will run on a 3 monthly basis and track a group of 10 calves on the host farms through their life cycle discussing all areas of young stock rearing and management along the way.

    Health Welfare and Fertility