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- Have your say on AHDB in Scotland
- Managing Johne’s
- Dairy Crest hold Liquid milk price but Davidstow price drops again
- Opportunities for dairy as shoppers turn to natural foods
- Glanbia to temporarily close powder plant
- Housing Cows, it’s as easy as A,B,C
- Nearly half of EU exceed quota
- Fonterra develop cheaper, faster milk testing
- Arla maintain members price
- Increase competition for milk around Severnside?
- GDT stutters after four consecutive rises
- EU dairy leaders discuss strategies for growth
- AHDB Dairy Research Day
- CMA approved sale of DC dairies to Müller
- Fonterra milk production down 9% in September
- AHDB Dairy congratulates all the winners of the 2015 British Farming Awards
- Nineteen-year-old Emma Cotton named winner of the 2015 South West Dairy Crest and NFU Scholarship
- US butter market less attractive after tariff hike
- Capturing value seen as key to success
- Global dairy exports battle headwinds
- Positive outlook remains for dairy despite current downturn (1)
- Tesco cheese supplements confirmed for suppliers
- Webinar: Optimal nutritional management of the pre-calving cow (1)
- Irish milk supplies trending upwards
- AHDB Beef & Lamb is looking for dairy farmers
- Webinar: Optimal nutritional management of the pre-calving cow
- Müller-Wiseman retailer supplement adds 1.6ppl to milk cheques
- Is there any stopping the GDT auction?
- CMA set to clear Müller/Dairy Crest deal
- Amanda Ball on BBC Radio Gloucestershire
- Arla launches farm assurance scheme in UK
- UK cheese exports hit record high
- RABDF Youngstock Walk - Lancashire
- GDT changes aim to improve auction transparency
- Exchange rate hits BPS payment
- Congratulations Farmers Weekly Awards winners
- Dairy Crest hold Liquid milk price but Davidstow drops 1.5ppl
- TFA invited to AHDB Dairy board meeting
- California dairy farmers aim for higher prices
- First Milk and Team Sky part company
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- Managing Johne’s in the dairy herd - webinar5 November 2015
AHDB Dairy and Action Johne's have joined forces to host a webinar on Thursday 12 November where Alastair Hayton from Synergy Vets will discuss the various ways to manage Johne’s disease in a dairy herd.
- Have your say on AHDB in Scotland30 October 2015
Levy payers will have an opportunity to ‘have their say’ on AHDB priorities in Scotland at a series of review meetings across the country, kicking off at AgriScot on 18 November.
- Dairy Crest hold Liquid milk price but Davidstow price drops again29 October 2015
In a repeat of last month’s announcement, Dairy Crest (DC) has confirmed it is holding the milk price for its standard Liquid contracts in December, but reducing the Davidstow price by 0.6ppl.
- Opportunities for dairy as shoppers turn to natural foods28 October 2015
Shoppers around the world are increasingly looking for natural and sustainable food and drink choices, according to a recent report by Mintel.
- First Milk and Team Sky part company27 October 2015
First Milk’s CNP Professional (CNP) will no longer be Team Sky’s official nutrition supplier from the end of the year. From January, Team Sky will link up with CNP’s rival Science in Sport (SIS). Since originally agreeing the deal, CNP rebranded a number of key products in its endurance range with the Team Sky logo. They also launched a separate food range specifically under the Team Sky brand name.
- Glanbia to temporarily close powder plant26 October 2015
Glanbia is to temporarily close its €180m powder plant, in Belview Co Kilkenny, and will channel the milk into its Ballyragget facility to make cheese and butter instead.
- Housing Cows, it’s as easy as A,B,C26 October 2015
Comfy cows are happy cows. But is your housing supplying the right environment this winter to allow cows to express their yield potential?
- Nearly half of EU exceed quota23 October 2015
Twelve EU nations (see below) are expected to receive a fine for breaching milk quotas when the figures get finalised. The total amount equates to around €818m. Member States have the potential to collect the amount owed over a three year instalment with zero interest rate, to ease the financial pressure on dairy farmers. The UK fell short of quota by 6.1% (approx. 935k litres). Estimated superlevy for countries exceeding 2014/15 quota:
- Fonterra develop cheaper, faster milk testing23 October 2015
Milk fingerprinting technology is on its way. The technology can measure the composition of milk by light analysis, cutting testing costs by more than 99 percent and providing results significantly quicker than current testing methods.
- Arla maintain members price23 October 2015
Arla Foods has announced that its on-account amba milk prices will remain unchanged from 26 October. The announcement follows an increase of 0.03ppl in September, a figure reduced from 0.38ppl due to unfavourable exchange rates for British members.