Willie Cambell on his Ayreshire farmWillie Cambell on his Ayreshire farm
Winter feed costs have more than doubled on one Ayrshire farm which found itself at the epicentre of the summer deluge this year. The rain hit Low Holehouse Farm, Galston, Ayrshire, just as dairy, beef and sheep producer Willie Campbell prepared to make first-cut silage. “It rained as we were getting ready for first cut and it kept on raining throughout June,” Mr Campbell said. See also: What to do if feed is running low on your farm A brief […]
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