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  • Making More With Wholecrop Making More With Wholecrop 15th July 2020 Wholecrop silage can make an excellent quality forage for livestock farmers this winter. Well managed crops will provide a high quality, cost effective forage to maximise performance in your animals... Read more
  • Maximise Your Wholecrop’s Potential Maximise Your Wholecrop’s Potential 2nd July 2020 As we enter the month of July winter cereals begin to ripen and crops are fast entering the window for harvesting as wholecrop.  All cereals (wheat, barley, oats, triticale and rye)... Read more
  • Let’s Protect Our Horses 24/7 Against Flies! Let’s Protect Our Horses 24/7 Against Flies! 3rd June 2020 We are coming to the time of year when flies are always a concern, however this year more than in the past as with visits limited to once a day... Read more
  • Choosing Herbicides for Grassland Weed Control Choosing Herbicides for Grassland Weed Control 27th May 2020 The control of annual and perennial weeds is good practice and a useful tool for productive grassland farming. Enhancing performance through maximising the yield of grass and ensuring optimum sward... Read more
  • Frost Protection for Flowering Fruit Crops Frost Protection for Flowering Fruit Crops 7th May 2020 Late frosts are a constant worry for fruit growers. Frost injury in crops such as Apples and Pears can be catastrophic. Traditionally growers have used methods such as lighting fires overnight... Read more
  • Maximise the opportunity to utilise grass on your farm this spring! Maximise the opportunity to utilise grass on your farm this spring! 27th April 2020 Improving grassland management and pasture utilisation are key drivers of farm profitability. Given the current market conditions, dairy farmers have a huge incentive to utilise and incorporate spring grass into the... Read more
  • Take Control of Your First Cut Silage Take Control of Your First Cut Silage 23rd April 2020 First cut silage making is fast approaching, especially for those farmers wanting to maximise quality rather than quantity and maximise production from forage. Reseeded swards are much more efficient at utilising... Read more
  • 2020 Fane Valley Spring Reseeding Range 2020 Fane Valley Spring Reseeding Range 23rd March 2020 Last Spring saw a lot of reseeding carried out on farms across the country, with some farmers carrying out a traditional direct reseed and other’s opting for an under-sown Whole-crop,... Read more
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