A policy of matching the right nutrition and management with the right genetics
has paid off for the Miller family who won the 2012 RABDF and NMR Gold Cup.
Many dairy producers will be relieved to see temperatures
increase and grass start to grow. A hint that turnout
for many might be around the corner comes with some
relief to many where forage stocks have dwindled and
little left for buffer feeding.
The Newbirks pedigree Holstein herd in Arthington added to its ever-growing tally of Craven Dairy Auction championships when again lifting the title at the early May show and sale at CCM Skipton.
In view of the current trialogue discussions, the European dairy industry calls
for a complete rejection of any proposal for regulated supply management measures
in the dairy sector.
A red and white full brother to the top two show heifers in Britain has been
launched for sale by Dairy Daughters.
The Dairy Shorthorn, one of the United Kingdom’s
most iconic cattle breeds, is now on the RBST Watchlist
in the Critical category.
EDA contributed to the recent consultation from the Commission on the European
School Milk Scheme and School Fruit Scheme.
Dairy Spares has launched the new Greenoak portable milking machine, ideal for
small herds, downer cows, and use at cattle shows.