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Tips and resources to maximise your herd’s reproductive performance.
Get the information you need to manage your herd and boost milk quality and production.
Under the current state of heightened biosecurity in New Zealand, there are indications that more farmers this year will be going ‘no bull’.
As the NZ dairy industry reaches peak cow numbers, farmers are increasingly focused on cow quality over cow quantity.
FarmWise consultants Ken Bartlett, Brent Boyce and Geoff Campbell have pulled together their top tips for managing a wet spring.
Expected calving dates are important for a number of herd management practices such as spring feed budgeting, mob allocation, and understanding when things will be busy on farm.
Read our monthly 6 tips newsletters, designed to give insights around reproduction in dairy farming businesses. These handy and timely tips include anything from reminders to new discoveries.
Before setting a farm system up there are many considerations that must be discussed, one of the most important being in regards to milking frequency.
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