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  • Mileage in silage

    Author Name: Heather McCalman, IBERS Winter performance, feed costs and carbon footprint for housed livestock are driven by the quality of silage fed. In grass based systems the quality of grass at cutting is key to producing high quality, well fermented and stable silage. read more
    Posted to Farming Futures Blog (Weblog) by anonymous on Thu, Jun 7 2012
  • Greener Grasslands

    Author Name: Susan Buckingham, IBERS Breeding new forage varieties that meet farmers' needs and reduce the environmental impact of livestock production is being carried out at the Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences, Aberystwyth University, headed by Dr Michael Abberton. Pressures...
    Posted to Farming Futures Blog (Weblog) by anonymous on Fri, Mar 30 2012
  • Regenerative farming practices can be good for upland farmers

    Farming has moved on in leaps and bounds during my lifetime. The advice has concentrated on increasing yields and production. This has been done by looking at the plant and supplying its needs artificially. The time has now passed when the more we produce, the more were paid. So its time to take another...
    Posted to Talking Point (Forum) by grass man on Sun, Aug 29 2010
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