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  • Grow More – Graze More – Earn More - Somerset

    When:
    February 21st 2018 10:45 to 14:30
    Location:
    BA3 4UL

    Grazed grass is our cheapest feed at 1/3 of the cost of concentrates, so getting your rotational grazing system right is key to keeping costs down and profit up. Grazing based dairy farms should be striving for at least 4000 litres of milk from forage. Join AHDB Dairy and Grasstec’s grazing consultant Dr Noel Gowen, to find out how you can achieve this

    Business Management, Feed and Forage

  • Understanding Team Dynamics - Chepstow

    When:
    February 21st 2018 10:45 to 14:15
    Location:
    NP16 7NA

    Farming is an intense and demanding environment where positive teamwork is essential for success. How we communicate with each other has a huge impact on efficiency, effectiveness, profitability and the morale of the team.

    Business Management

  • Grow More – Graze More – Earn More - Carmarthen

    When:
    February 22nd 2018 11:00 to 14:30
    Location:
    SA33 4JR

    Grazed grass is our cheapest feed at 1/3 of the cost of concentrates, so getting rotational grazing system is key to keeping costs down and profit up. Grazing based dairy farms should be striving for at least 4000 litres of milk from forage. Join AHDB Dairy and Grasstec’s grazing consultant Dr Noel Gowan, to find out how you can achieve this.

    Business Management, Feed and Forage

  • Get moo-ving on mobility – reducing lameness on your farm - Leicestershire

    When:
    February 22nd 2018 19:30 to 22:00
    Location:
    LE17 4RB

    Lameness is still costing the average dairy herd 1+ppl in lost milk yield, treatment and higher culling rates, as well as affecting cow welfare and staff morale. But by understanding the causes and working with a cow’s natural instincts, it is possible to reduce the incidence and improve mobility.

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Grow More – Graze More – Earn More - Alcester

    When:
    February 23rd 2018 10:45 to 14:30
    Location:
    B49 6DG

    Grazed grass is our cheapest feed at 1/3 of the cost of concentrates, so getting your rotational grazing system right is key to keeping costs down and profit up. Grazing based dairy farms should be striving for at least 4000 litres of milk from forage. Join AHDB Dairy and Grasstec’s grazing consultant Dr Noel Gowen, to find out how you can achieve this.

    Business Management, Feed and Forage

  • Digging Deeper Part 1 - Ayrshire

    When:
    February 27th 2018 10:30 to 16:00
    Location:
    KA26 0HP

    Are you working hard but your dairy business is not progressing? Want to look into the numbers but don’t know where to start? Aimed at dairy farm owners and managers. AHDB Dairy invite you to a short 2 day course to build your confidence and develop your skills, enabling you to understand how your dairy business is performing and where to focus your efforts to drive profit and build a sustainable business.

    Business Management

  • Digging Deeper Part 1 - Llandeilo

    When:
    February 27th 2018 10:30 to 16:30
    Location:
    SA32 8NJ

    Are you working hard but your dairy business is not progressing? Want to look into the numbers but don’t know where to start? Aimed at dairy farm owners and managers. AHDB Dairy invite you to a short course to build your confidence and develop your skills, enabling you to understand how your dairy business is performing and where to focus your efforts to drive profit and build a sustainable business.

    Business Management

  • Managing Lameness

    When:
    February 27th 2018 10:45 to 14:15
    Location:
    WR13 5LY

    Join us for a refresher on the basics of lameness, methods for prevention and all of your lameness queries answered. Cattle lameness is one of the most significant welfare and productivity issues in dairy farming. Caused by infection, physical or management factors. Understanding which types of lameness are present, coupled with a structured approach to the underlying causes is required to tackle lameness effectively.

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Cut costs by making the most of muck and slurry - Kendal

    When:
    February 27th 2018 10:45 to 14:30
    Location:
    LA8 8EP

    Slurry, farmyard manure and dirty water are all valuable by-products of dairy farms. The recently refreshed AHDB Nutrient Management Guide (RB209) shows that muck is worth £9.20/tonne and a cubic metre of slurry has a value of £3.20 in NPK alone.

    Business Management, Health Welfare and Fertility

  • All Year Round Calving Strategic Dairy Farm Launch – Midlands

    When:
    February 27th 2018 10:45 to 14:30
    Location:
    CW12 4TL

    AHDB Dairy believes that we can achieve a more resilient industry through an optimal dairy systems approach whereby the Great British dairy industry can realise significant competitive gains at farm level by a narrowing of production systems. We believe that farmers should review their current system to ensure they chose a farming system that enables them to compete, matches their market segment, complements their mind-set and takes account of any on-farm limitations or opportunities.

    Business Management