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Organics Newlstters

Since 2020, we've been publishing newsletters for our North East Organics Discussion Group and you can find all the editions below.

2022

January 

Production without Antibiotics in the Organic Dairy Sector,
Pre-lambing rotation and White clover

March 

Future for organic production, looking after your new bull, integrating trees, reintroducing livestock into arable systems

2021

January

AECS Schemes and links to podcasts and publications

February     

Rotational grazing and succession planning funding

March  

Carbon and protein, livestock marketing and dynamic health planning

April

Soil conservation, components of soil health management practices and earthworms.

May

Grazing

June

Organic rotation and grazing residuals

July

Separating siblings at weaning, maternal ability EBV and improving forage crop utilisation

August

Faecal egg counts and linking with EBVs

September

Reducing risk of growing organic crops, deferred grazing utilisation tips, sustainable worm control

October 

Suckler cow and ewe nutrition, mineral and trace element nutrition, Benefits of premium cattle health scheme

November 

Importance of pH, Value of trees, Organic Farming MSc

December

Value of lime and soil sampling, Appreciating the value of muck and slurry, Preparing for spring calving 2022, Have your say!  Organic Farmers Use of Social Media

 

2020

July

Rural Leadership, RISS, Leatherjackets

August

Past meeting summaries

September

Nutrient top tips and SACGS

October

Barnside Farm, find out their achievements and philosophy's

December

Organic market

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