Events

EventsAHDB Dairy runs and supports a wide range of events across the UK, as well as regular webinars for on-line participation.

These include the business planning workshops, open meetings sharing the latest technical information and national events at which our in-house experts are available to share their knowledge.

 

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  • Livestock 2015

    When:
    July 8th - 9th 2015
    Location:
    B40 1NT

    Visit AHDB Dairy at Livestock 2015. This event is for any dairy, beef or sheep farmer, herdsman or individual involved with the industry. Come along and see how you can run your business more efficiently.

    Market Information, Feed and Forage, Breeding and Genetics, Health Welfare and Fertility

  • BGS Summer Meeting 2015

    When:
    July 12th - 15th 2015
    Location:
    PL30 5AQ

    AHDB Dairy is supporter of the BGS Summer meeting 2015 hosted by the Cornwall Grassland Society.

    Market Information, Feed and Forage, Breeding and Genetics

  • Successfully tackling lameness on farm, Scotland

    When:
    July 21st 2015
    Location:
    DG1 3NE

    Join AHDB Dairy and international lameness expert Professor Jon Huxley of the University of Nottingham, for an informative and practical meeting covering aspects of lameness recognition, treatment and prevention.

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Calf to Calving Campaign - Managing colostrum to maximise growth (Yorkshire)

    When:
    July 21st - 2nd 2015
    Location:
    YO26 8JS

    The Calf to Calving Campaign 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. 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.

    Business Management, Feed and Forage, Breeding and Genetics, Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Successfully tackling lameness on farm, Lancashire

    When:
    July 21st 2015
    Location:
    LA2 8LL

    Join AHDB Dairy and international lameness expert Professor Jon Huxley of the University of Nottingham, for an informative and practical meeting covering aspects of lameness recognition, treatment and prevention.

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Auchenheath Monitor Farm meeting

    When:
    July 28th 2015
    Location:
    ML11 9XA

    Save the date for the next Auchenheath Monitor Farm meeting covering Grassland

    Feed and Forage

  • Successfully tackling lameness on farm, Wales

    When:
    July 28th 2015
    Location:
    LL16 4ER

    Join AHDB Dairy and international lameness expert Professor Jon Huxley of the University of Nottingham, for an informative and practical meeting covering aspects of lameness recognition, treatment and prevention.

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Successfully tackling lameness on farm, Cheshire

    When:
    July 28th 2015
    Location:
    CW1 5LU

    Join AHDB Dairy and international lameness expert Professor Jon Huxley of the University of Nottingham, for an informative and practical meeting covering aspects of lameness recognition, treatment and prevention.

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Calf to Calving Campaign - Managing colostrum to maximise growth (Scotland)

    When:
    August 12th 2015
    Location:
    G76 0PF

    The Calf to Calving Campaign 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. 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.

    Business Management, Feed and Forage, Breeding and Genetics, Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Calf to Calving Campaign - Managing colostrum to maxmise growth (Cumbria)

    When:
    August 13th 2015
    Location:
    CA7 1JZ

    The Calf to Calving Campaign 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. 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.

    Business Management, Feed and Forage, Breeding and Genetics