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Both winter and spring cereal crops are looking excellent around the North – East. 12.6ml of rain partnered with an average temperature of 13.7° in June has really driven growth. Harvest dates for ...

Grass and clover in combination within a mixture produce scientifically proven yield benefits versus the same varieties sown individually. White clover has been selected to withstand being grazed or ...

We have accumulated significantly more rainfall this January compared with that of 2020 – 80.3ml vs 55.1ml. Where winter barley is sitting in waterlogged soils, there is a threat of tiller ...

Brassica crops can provide nutritious, cost-effective feeds for cattle and sheep. From leafy kales and forage rapes through to root crops like stubble turnips and swedes, brassicas are a versatile ...

Drummonds have always been renowned as leading purveyors of top performing grass seeds In order to maintain our independence and ensure that our customers always have a choice, we supply a wide ...

As the saying goes “a wet and windy May fills the barn with corn and hay”. This years harvest will certainly put this tale to the test, considering we recorded 83.5ml of rain for the month of ...

The Hybrid Ryegrass & Red Clover mixture from Drummonds There has been a lot of focus on protein use on farms in recent times, both in terms of feed product origins and the efficiency of ...

As we move into February calving on most dairy farms is underway. The calving period is on many farms the busiest time of the year. With this heavy workload, it is vitally important that YOU do not ...

Quality must not be compromised over quantity as first cut silages get underway. Regular monitoring of silage swards is just as important as monitoring a grazing sward. The digestibility or ‘DMD’ ...

We view Liquid Fertiliser as a key technology in our toolbox to not only enable our customers to improve their farm performance and profitability; but also to meet for the stricter regulations, in ...

We are all continuously reading and hearing, more and more, over the last 2-3 years the narrative around Irish farming needing to reduce its’ environmental footprint. However on Wednesday, 9th ...

Fluctuating temperatures for the majority of April has made spraying winter crops tricky. Those that held off have less crop scorch, which is evident across much of the North – East. Temperatures ...

  Modern calf milk replacer formulation is becoming more sophisticated and multi-functional – so much so that there should always be a quality nutrition product available that is ...

A total of 199.4ml of rain so far this year has only allowed ground to become reasonably dry since St Patricks day. Two recent weeks of excellent drying conditions has kicked the spring cropping ...

Most spring calving herds were dried off in December. Plan to have a minimum 6 to 8 week dry period in order to maximise udder health and to have cows in good order ie: to correct cow body condition ...

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