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Surplus Dairy Calves

Surplus Dairy Calves

Due to improved animal welfare, new regulations and an overall push in the industry, the next topic will not be a concern to all, but it is still an area for improvement.

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Discover the benefits of using a cover crop

Discover the benefits of using a cover crop

The importance of upholding soil health and sustaining its productivity for the future is essential. No matter what the enterprise, we are reliant on soil for all production, either to produce our crops or forage to feed livestock. Rising input costs have led to a greater emphasis being placed on the importance of fertile soils with good structure. A single crop can deplete soils of up to 5% of soil organic matter each year which can have a detrimental effect on soil health in the long term if organic matter is not replenished. Therefore, it is vital that measures are taken to conserve soil, which some may say is our most valuable resource. There are numerous ways

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Is Your Herd Protected from Leptospirosis?

Is Your Herd Protected from Leptospirosis?

58% of non-vaccinating dairy farms and 22% of non-vaccinating beef farms test positive for exposure to leptospirosis. In the UK, two strains have been identified - Leptospira interrogans serovar hardjo and Leptospira borgpetersenii serovar hardjo.

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Steps to take to prevent watery mouth in lambs

Steps to take to prevent watery mouth in lambs

Industry experts have warned of the potential shortages in the supply of antimicrobial treatments used to tackle watery mouth in newborn lambs. Now is a good time to consider other options to help prevent instances of watery mouth occurring this lambing season.

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7 Tips for supporting digestive health this winter

7 Tips for supporting horses’ digestive system this winter

A healthy digestive system is a key source of health and wellbeing in the horse. With many owners facing the cold weather and waterlogged fields, supporting the horse’s digestive tract becomes a top priority…

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How to Treat Horse Injuries

How to Treat Horse Injuries

Simple methods of first aid can be applied by us, as owners to support throughout injury or to sustain until veterinary assistance becomes available.  We are all Equine First Aider’s, responsible for our horse’s welfare and capable of providing support where and when is necessary.  In fact, in most cases, efficient first aid can help to minimise trauma from the injury itself.

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Wynnstay raise over £6k for RABI in North to South Challenge

Wynnstay raise over £6k for RABI in North to South Challenge

Over £6,000 was raised by Wynnstay in 2021 for The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI), when 201 colleagues took part in a challenge to see how many times they could travel 644 miles, the distance between Wynnstay’s northernmost and southernmost stores

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Wynnstay makes the switch to sustainable palm kernel

Wynnstay makes the switch to sustainable palm kernel

From November 2021, all palm kernel in feeds produced at any Wynnstay manufacturing site has been RSPO certified sustainable.

The switch is part of a company-wide proactive approach to sustainability. Farmers are working hard to produce food using sustainable practices, and responsible sourcing of inputs is a big part of this. As a feed company, we can contribute by transitioning to sustainable-certified ingredients, which will support our farmers in meeting future sustainability requirements. Switching to sustainably certified palm kernel is the logical next step in ensuring responsible sourcing, following from the move to using only sustainable certified soya in 2020.

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