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29 January 2015
Farmers who regularly analyse their soils are able to make informed decisions on fertiliser applications which can help save costs and potentially grow more grass. This...
27 January 2015
The Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) has today confirmed the award of contracts for the supply of a flexible package of veterinary services across...
26 January 2015
The Farmer Innovation Fund Welsh Grazing Group has developed a comparable farm profits (CFP) template available for sheep farmers who are keen to evaluate their flock...
15 January 2015
See below the Literature review compiled by ADAS on behalf of the TAG project on the Control of the dog tapeworm larvae - C.ovis and...
Project: TAG
07 January 2015
Congratulations to Bethan Parry for opening her beauty salon in Holyhead. Before the busy Christmas period she received media attention by the local press which...
06 January 2015
Here is a brief explanation about the Genomic evaluation process and its purpose in context with our Genomic work stream. When breeding for traits, we are...
Project: TAG
05 January 2015
Correct colostrum management is critical for newborn calves or their long-term health and productivity risks being compromised. During a Farming Connect knowledge transfer event at Nant...
22 December 2014
Wales’ beef producers must be given clear guidance on future market requirements to change breeding strategies if needed. During a series of Farming Connect events across...
18 December 2014
The Dog tapeworm (C.ovis and C.tenuicollis) work stream which is being delivered by ADAS for the TAG Project is now fully up and running. Positive...
Project: TAG
17 December 2014
Foot bathing ewes at weekly intervals is helping a Pembrokeshire sheep enterprise control lameness ahead of lambing. Steve and Liz Ford, of Winterton Farm, Marloes, have...

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