Thomas Steele with his calves© Steffan Hill
Farming can be a funny game at times. One minute something can be working perfectly and then without warning, disaster can strike. Since August we have calved just over 300 animals with very few problems. This is mainly due to our dry cows receiving specific forage that is grown for them with no slurry or artificial potassium and phosphorus. This has greatly helped reduce milk fever, retained placentas and other problems around calving. See also: Read more from our other livestock […]