Cows in a dairy parlour© Tim Scrivener
Efficient management of labour and machinery costs and working to continually improve technical performance are the key to improved dairy profitability, according to Promar. Data from the consultancy firm’s farm business accounts for the year ending March 2017 showed the operating profit of the top 25% farms was more than double that of the average farm at £885 a cow. For an average-sized business in the data sample this amounted to a difference of £90,000 in resulting profit. See also: […]
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