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”)

News

Podcast: Making a mark at the markets

In this podcast, Ross Mackenzie talks to Ian Tolmie, Managing Director of Dingwall and Highland Marts who gives valuable advice for those new to livestock marts, and what they should…

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Milk Manager News March 2019

Milk Manager News March 2019

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Podcast: Antibiotics and livestock

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) – and more particularly, antibiotic resistance – is one of the greatest threats to human health globally. Food producing animals account for 37% of antibiotic use in…

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Common cattle and sheep identification breaches and tips to help with compliance

Scottish Government statistics from cross compliance inspections have revealed that cattle identification and registration (SMR 7) and sheep and goat identification (SMR 8) are the most commonly breached requirements. This…

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Milk Manager News January 2019

Milk Manager News January 2019

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Milk Manager News November 2018

Milk Manager News November 2018 Photo by Ewout Paulusma on Unsplash

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