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A culmination of a wet summer and an early winter have left some farmers under pressure with fodder supplies this spring. The wet summer has also meant silage quality isn’t as high as many farmers ...

During the coming weeks sheep farmers will be assessing the condition of their flock’s pre lambing. A ewe will approximately consume 1kg daily of Dry matter feed in the weeks pre lambing. 1kg of ...

Lime Delivering and spreading lime at affordable prices across all our branches. The benefit of liming Irish soil is well known and was one of the earliest soil management practices that farmers ...

December is when most of the spring calving herds will be dried off. Cows should be dried off once production is less than 9 litres per day. Plan to have a 6-to-8-week dry period in order to maximise ...

Why Analyse Silage? Matching the dietary nutrient supply with that of the animal’s requirements is crucial in maintaining production and reducing losses. Failure to do this will result in over ...

Drummonds have always provided a top quality soil testing service and practical advice, which can be carried out by your local branch / advisor. Drummonds are now taking soil analysis to the next ...

Oilseed Rape There is still time to get OSR into the ground before it is too late. Switching to a more vigorous variety with rapid autumn development such as PT303 or DK ExStar is key when sowing ...

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