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  • Professional Manager Development Scheme 2016/17

    When:
    February 15th - 29th 2016

    This event has been designed to challenge and develop the skill base of managers with staff management responsibilities to meet the industry’s needs.

    Business Management

  • Calf to Calving - Managing colostrum to maximise growth, Aberdeen

    When:
    February 16th 2016 Event Starts at 10:45
    Location:
    AB51 5XZ

    The Calf to Calving series of meetings has been developed to outline best practice from the minute a calf hits the ground through to the point she should calve into the herd 24 months later.

    Breeding and Genetics, Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Fertility Improvement

    When:
    February 16th 2016 Event Starts at 10:45
    Location:
    WR6 6YS

    Join us for a refresher on the basics of fertility, methods for improvement and all of your fertility queries answered.

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Cryptosporidium in calves

    When:
    February 17th 2016 Event Starts at 19:00
    Online Event Only

    Cryptosporidium in young calves can impact the animal not just during the time it is infected but throughout its growing period. Understanding the routes of infection and the role that management has to play in minimising risks will be covered in this webinar with Dr Beth Wells of Moredun Research Institute.

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Getting grassland primed for production

    When:
    February 17th 2016 Event Starts at 19:00
    Location:
    SY21 7LT

    Growing low cost high quality forage is fundamental for any dairy system. Late winter is the ideal time to assess overwintered leys and making manure, fertiliser and management strategy plans for the forthcoming growing season

    Feed and Forage

  • Seeing the world through your cattle's eyes - Practical Cow Flow & Handling, Hampshire

    When:
    February 17th 2016 Event Starts at 19:00
    Location:
    SO21 2NF

    Good cow flow and well-designed handling facilities save time, reduce labour and cut stress for both humans and cows. Good cow flow ensures quicker milking and jobs such as vaccination, AI and TB testing are easier and safer when stock are run through a correctly designed system.

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Seeing the world through your cattle's eyes - Practical Cow Flow & Handling, Dorset

    When:
    February 18th 2016 Event Starts at 10:45
    Location:
    DT9 6JA

    Good cow flow and well-designed handling facilities save time, reduce labour and cut stress for both humans and cows. Good cow flow ensure quicker milking and jobs such as vaccination, AI and TB testing are easier and safer when stock are run through a correctly designed system.

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Tackling BVD and Johnes Disease

    When:
    February 18th 2016 Event Starts at 19:00
    Location:
    LL16 4RD

    BVD and Johnes disease are two of the most economically significant diseases affecting the UK dairy herd

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Seeing the world through your cattle's eyes - Practical Cow Flow & Handling, Wiltshire

    When:
    February 18th 2016 Event Starts at 19:00
    Location:
    BA14 9LJ

    Good cow flow and well-designed handling facilities save time, reduce labour and cut stress for both humans and cows. Good cow flow ensure quicker milking and jobs such as vaccination, AI and TB testing are easier and safer when stock are run through a correctly designed system.

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Riding the storm, Welshpool

    When:
    February 19th 2016 Event Starts at 12:30
    Location:
    SY21 8SR

    The UK dairy industry is more exposed than ever to the increasingly volatile global trading environment. Awareness of these external factors and their effect on your business is crucial in order to make more informed decisions.

    Market Information, Business Management