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  • Stress in Farming Women

    I am a masters student, conducting the first UK research into stress in farming from a female perspective. Please help me by complete the questionnaire and sharing with all relevant females in farming. Thank you ladies. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ob-Fp1aWwipOjT5LbX1nZcshOP7tcvGwB_GPmFGGZpE/viewform...
    Posted to Questionnaires and surveys (Forum) by Lydia Edwards on Mon, Apr 28 2014
  • Cattle Comfort Brushes

    Hi all, I am a Mechanical Engineering student at the University of Newcastle, and I am designing a cattle comfort brush as a stage 3 Engineering project for Brushtec and had a few questions. Any feedback would be great. 1 - Do you own a cattle comfort brush? If not would you consider buying one...
    Posted to Questionnaires and surveys (Forum) by jbrown4 on Thu, Oct 3 2013
  • agriculture today... two minute survey online. Massive help if you could fill it in!

    Hi, I am researching agriculture and agricultural diversification for my dissertation for my masters course! It would be a great help if you could fill out the survey online for me, it takes two minutes! if you click the following link, it takes two minutes Click here to take survey Thank you!
    Posted to Questionnaires and surveys (Forum) by akb123 on Wed, Sep 4 2013
  • :) Lameness in dairy cattle and its potential impact on culling questionnaire - CHANCE TO WIN £80 WORTH OF DAIRY SEMEN FROM KINGSTREETSIRES

    Hi, I'm a third year animal science student at Bishop Burton College carrying out my dissertation project on dairy cattle lameness, in my study I am dissecting culled cattle hooves and analysing the prevalence of hoof lesions. Alongside this I am surveying dairy farmers to gauge the severity of lameness...
    Posted to Questionnaires and surveys (Forum) by RachaelH21 on Mon, Apr 22 2013
  • North East Blonde Club

    New year, new projects!! Anyone with blonde cattle wether cross bred of pedigree in the North East of England.. Here's your chance to get involved with other farmers with the same interested as you. With social events, stands and regular newsletter/ meetings and an updated web site we are a great...
    Posted to The Next Generation (Forum) by north east blonde club on Sun, Mar 6 2011
  • Itching to buy something

    Why do itches always materialise at the most inopportune moments? Say, for example, you’re at an annual Black Friday Aberdeen Angus sale. All around you are stetson-wearing farmers tugging at their ears or tapping their noses as a sign that they want to buy the 30 steers in the pen in front of...
    Posted to nufsaid (Weblog) by anonymous on Sun, Dec 5 2010
  • Slow mooving traffic

    I’ve mentioned earlier how crazy the traffic is in India. Aside from the bonkers car and rickshaw drivers, the roads have to contend with beggars, street hawkers, families piled onto motorbikes and, most randomly, cattle. Cows are bloomin’ everywhere. They’re grazing on the motorway...
    Posted to nufsaid (Weblog) by anonymous on Mon, Oct 25 2010
  • Chasing developments in animal genetics

    Apologies for ruining Mr Geography’s pen pal dreams, but I didn’t come back from the sticks married to an emu farmer. I did, however, learn some interesting facts about Rod Hull’s special friends: 1. They are growing in popularity in this region of India because they are incredibly...
    Posted to nufsaid (Weblog) by anonymous on Sat, Oct 23 2010
  • Lifting the lid on flipping great beef

    So it turns out that if this journalism malarkey all goes wrong, I can’t make good on my claim that I’d go and work in McDonald’s. I visited the Weymouth branch of the fast-food chain today as part of a trip organised by McDonald’s to showcase its British food credentials and...
    Posted to nufsaid (Weblog) by anonymous on Fri, May 28 2010
  • Sparkling stories

    Whenever we’re sent an abysmally-written story or press release at FW Towers, Mr News Editor and I jokingly say we’re going to bin it because there’s “no way you can glitter a pile of manure”. Apparently we’re wrong though, as a visit to the Chris Ofili exhibition...
    Posted to nufsaid (Weblog) by anonymous on Sun, May 16 2010
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