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  • Decisions4Dairy one-to-one sessions at the Livestock Event

    When:
    July 6th - 7th 2016
    Location:
    B40 1NT

    Through the #Decisions4Dairy initiative and as a collection of advisors to the Dairy sector, we would like to offer one-to-one slots with professionals at the Livestock event.

    Business Management, Crisis Support

  • Livestock Event 2016

    When:
    July 6th - 7th 2016 09:00 to 17:00
    Location:
    B40 1NT

    Visit AHDB Dairy at Livestock 2016 stand AH194 in Hall 19. 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, Business Management, Feed and Forage, Breeding and Genetics, Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Challenge your Grazing Nutrition

    When:
    July 11th 2016 10:45 to 14:30
    Location:
    ST5 4EN

    A workshop for those that would like to improve their use of grazed grass within the ration. Trish Lewis is an independent consultant originally from the UK but now based in New Zealand. We will be going into detail of how to fully utilise grazed grass for reducing use of purchased feed, and improve constituents and fertility.

    Business Management, Feed and Forage

  • Appleby Discussion Group

    When:
    July 12th 2016 10:30 to 13:30
    Location:
    CA10 3HX

    You are invited to the first meeting on farm of a new Discussion Group we are starting in the Appleby and surrounding areas. It is important in these challenging times for farmers to get together, share ideas and learn from each other and at times hear from outside speakers who have knowledge of the chosen topic.

    Business Management, Breeding and Genetics

  • Great Grazing meeting 2

    When:
    July 12th 2016 10:45 to 14:00
    Location:
    WR8 0AL

    With a strong relationship between milk from forage and cost of production, improving milk production from forage should be a key focus of every farm this year. With a focus on measuring and improving grass growth and utilisation, farms can achieve more than 4,000 litres/cow from forage, regardless of system.

    Business Management, Feed and Forage

  • Women in Dairy - Heifer Signals, Staffs

    When:
    July 12th 2016 11:00 to 14:00
    Location:
    ST18 0LG

    Post weaning nutrition and heifer management can often be overlooked. In these sessions Independent consultant Trish Lewis will be showing how we can improve nutrition and management of heifers to unlock their future potential and give them the best start into the milking herd.

    Feed and Forage, Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Women in Dairy – Heifer Signals, Derbys

    When:
    July 12th 2016 19:30 to 22:00
    Location:
    DE6 1NH

    Post weaning nutrition and heifer management can often be overlooked. In these sessions Independent consultant Trish Lewis will be showing how we can improve nutrition and management of heifers to unlock their future potential and give them the best start into the milking herd.

    Feed and Forage, Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Welsh Grassland Societies Open Day

    When:
    July 13th 2016 11:00 to 17:00
    Location:
    LL16 5DS

    2016 Welsh Grassland Societies Open Day

    Feed and Forage

  • Grazing Discussion Group, South Derbys

    When:
    July 13th 2016 11:00 to 14:30
    Location:
    BURTON ON TRENT

    Grass represents the highest volume and cheapest form of feed in the dairy ration but can also be the most poorly utilised. Whether grazed or fed as silage, grass provides over half the dry matter intake of most dairy cows. This means small improvements in utilisation can have a major impact on milk production costs.

    Feed and Forage, Crisis Support

  • Economics of Heifer Rearing

    When:
    July 14th 2016 19:00 to 21:30
    Location:
    GU28 0LQ

    Currently there are over 380,000 heifers over 24 months of age that have not calved and research indicates that to ensure a profitable and healthy herd, calving at 24 months is essential. Join AHDB Dairy and Trish Lewis, Independent Consultant from New Zealand, to hear how the figures stack up where we need to focus our attention to ensure the best results.

    Feed and Forage, Breeding and Genetics