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  • Grow More – Graze More – Earn More - Old Dalby nr Melton Mowbray

    When:
    January 23rd 2018 10:30 to 14:30
    Location:
    LE14 3LF

    Grazed grass is our cheapest feed, but simply growing high yields is false economy if utilisation is poor. According to the Welsh Grass Project, the difference between the best and worst paddocks on farm is worth £404/ha.

    Business Management, Feed and Forage, Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Cut costs by making the most of muck and slurry - Maryport

    When:
    January 23rd 2018 10:45 to 14:15
    Location:
    CA15 6PB

    Slurry, farmyard manure and dirty water are all valuable by-products of dairy farms. The recently refreshed AHDB Nutrient Management Guide (RB209) shows that muck is worth £9.20/tonne and a cubic metre of slurry has a value of £3.20 in NPK alone.

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Cut costs by making the most of muck and slurry - Penrith

    When:
    January 24th 2018 10:45 to 14:15
    Location:
    CA11 0AH

    Slurry, farmyard manure and dirty water are all valuable by-products of dairy farms. The recently refreshed AHDB Nutrient Management Guide (RB209) shows that muck is worth £9.20/tonne and a cubic metre of slurry has a value of £3.20 in NPK alone.

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Is autumn block calving for me?

    When:
    January 24th 2018 10:45 to 13:00
    Location:
    EX17 4PQ

    Autumn block calving herds are shown to have cost savings of 1-4ppl over all year round herds. AHDB are encouraging farmers to review their business and consider if their current production system is right for them. This on farm meeting will look at all aspects of moving to an autumn block calving system

    Breeding and Genetics, Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Cut costs by making the most of muck and slurry - Egremont

    When:
    January 25th 2018 10:45 to 14:15
    Location:
    CA22 2PJ

    Slurry, farmyard manure and dirty water are all valuable by-products of dairy farms. The recently refreshed AHDB Nutrient Management Guide (RB209) shows that muck is worth £9.20/tonne and a cubic metre of slurry has a value of £3.20 in NPK alone.

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Strategic Leadership & Personal Resilience for #DairyLeaders - Swindon

    When:
    January 30th 2018 09:00 to 17:00
    Location:
    SN6 7SD

    As the leaders and operators of large dairy businesses, you rarely get the chance to invest in your personal development as you often prioritise the development of the people (& livestock!) within your business. With this in mind you are invited to attend a Strategic Leadership & Personal Resilience workshop.

    Business Management

  • Dairy in a Day

    When:
    January 30th 2018 10:30 to 16:00
    Location:
    TA3 7BL

    South West NFU has organised a free conference to bring farmers together to discuss and learn more about some of the most important issues facing the sector.

    Business Management, Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Are you BVDFree? - Congleton

    When:
    January 30th 2018 19:00 to 21:00
    Location:
    CW12 3LZ

    Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (BVD) infection causes losses of £53.55 per beef cow/year and £42.63 per dairy cow/year due to lost revenue and the cost of managing disease in a herd. The key to your herd becoming free from BVD is to begin testing, to identify and remove animals persistently infected (PI) with BVD Virus and to stop pregnant animals becoming infected with BVD virus.

    Health Welfare and Fertility

  • Strategic Leadership & Personal Resilience for #DairyLeaders - Pembrokeshire

    When:
    January 31st 2018 09:00 to 17:00
    Location:
    SA67 7AB

    As the leader of a large dairy business, you rarely get a chance to invest in your own personal development. With this in mind you are invited to attend a one off Strategic leadership and Resilience workshop.

    Business Management

  • Understanding Team Dynamics - Staffordshire

    When:
    January 31st 2018 10:45 to 14:15
    Location:
    ST15 8UX

    Farming is an intense and demanding environment where positive teamwork is essential for success. How we communicate with each other has a huge impact on efficiency, effectiveness, profitability and the morale of the team.

    Business Management