Researchers conclude livestock have no detectable effect on climateby Amanda Radke
Good news — researchers have debunked the cattle and climate change myth!
Staff and biosecurity
A critical component of farm biosecurity is ensuring staff are well trained and that you have the ability to trace where all farm inputs came from and where they went.
Hereford sirloin steaks top national taste test
In a recent Good House Keeping comparison of 16 sirloin steaks conducted ahead of Valentine’s day, Co-op’s 28-day matured British Hereford beef sirloin steak came out on top.
Cows belch methane. Now researchers are trying to breed them to burp lessby Haydn Watters, CBC
Cows emit methane. It’s long been debated which end it comes out and Christine Baes doesn’t think it’s the farts.
Februdairy campaign highlights benefits of milk
Farmers are using the whole of February to celebrate all things dairy and the work that goes behind the humble glass of milk.
Winter Weather & Semen Handling: Think Outside the Tankby Brenda Brady
When the weather is warm you pay close attention to semen handling, but are you careful during the colder winter months as well? It seems semen handling procedures often become a bit more relaxed in cold weather.
AHDB calls farmers to shout about the sireby AHDB Beef & Lamb news release
With only 23 per cent of sires currently registered on passports, AHDB Beef & Lamb is urging farmers to start recording to improve profitability and boost competitiveness.
Dairy Genomic indexes stand the test of timeby Marco Winters
A major new study of Holstein dairy sires has confirmed that genomic indexes are a remarkably reliable predictor of actual daughter performance. This provides reassurance to the thousands of UK dairy producers who select service sires on the strength of an index based on their DNA.