Dairy Cattle

By 2025, Scotland will be a nation producing over 1.6 billion litres of milk a year. A 50% increase over 10-12 years will have resulted from a new, ambitious, market-driven growth agenda being grasped and driven on by
both farmers and dairy companies, supported by their industry bodies, government and its agencies in Scotland. (Scottish Dairy Review: “Ambition 2025”)


Culling Within The Dairy Herd

Over this past year, farmers’ have experienced extreme weather conditions which have led to grass and fodder shortages rolling over into the coming winter in many parts of the country.…

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Mycotoxin Risk with High Dry Matter Silages

Grass silages on average this year are much higher in dry matter and protein and slightly lower in fibre, which means intake potential is up to 15% more than that…

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