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With the way things have been going in the beef industry over the last few months any opportunity to avail of additional funding in the sector has to be welcomed but more importantly claimed. Animals ...

Blowfly is the main external parasite traditionally affecting sheep in the late spring and summer months and can occur quickly and with devastating results in warm, humid weather. Symptoms: The ...

These must be established by the 15th of September and must contain at least 2 crops from the prescribed list of crops. Light stubble cultivation followed by broadcasting the seed and ring rolling if ...

Green Acres are the best performing mixtures on the market as testified by our many very satisfied customers. In formulating our mixtures we take into account the on-going feedback which we receive ...

BEANS Both winter and spring crops are looking very promising this year. Black Bean aphids are appearing in a lot of crops due to this warm dry weather but in most cases, spraying in not warranted ...

The next 3 months mark an influential period on grass availability and the condition cows calve down in next spring. Scanning results are quite mixed this year and many farmers are disappointed, ...

Green Acres equine mixtures are designed to overcome the problems associated with pastures grazed and utilised by horses. Maintaining Your Paddocks Do not over graze or over stock paddocks - ...

Even with the use of Redigo Deter last year, some early sown winter barley crops suffered extreme yield losses from BYDV. September sowing will have to be strongly questioned this year. The oats and ...

We are now well into the mid grazing season, and it is that time of year where grass can run out of control very easily, especially if these regular showers continue. Weather permitting, strong ...

Drummonds operate their their own independent arable trials programme, focusing on cereals and oilseed rape. The trials are fully replicated and professionaly managed and are used to test the ...

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