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Feed testing – webinar recording

Check out this webinar recording on the benefits of feed testing and how to interpret the results. Click here to access the webinar To supply your livestock needs and ensure the best value for...

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Management of heifers and cows before calving

Guidelines for managing heifers and cows before calving Careful management of nutrition of pregnant females in all trimesters of pregnancy pays dividends at calving time. Calf loss will be minimised and calving supervision can...

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March towards feed quality

To supply your livestock needs and ensure the best value for money, you need to know the nutritive value of the feedstuffs. It is difficult to judge the quality of a feed visually, so...

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Feed budgeting takes out the guesswork

Feed budgeting is an important tool to help determine potential pasture deficits or surpluses and assist in matching feed supply and demand.

Feed budgeting allows for better and more timely decisions, such as determining the number of stock you can carry, and for how long, and the likely animal performance for different classes of stock