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Laura Monk

Calf & Youngstock Specialist for Cornwall and Devon

A sheep farmer’s daughter from Mid Cornwall; Laura plays a large part in the sheep enterprises at home – breeding and selling pedigree Charolais and Texel sheep. Alongside this, the farm is involved in rearing beef cross dairy calves to be sold at stores.

Laura has gained almost 10 years of relief milking experience on a number of different systems from three-times a day high input to spring calving grass-based herds. Laura studied at the Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester and graduated with an honour’s degree in Agricultural Management with specific modules in Advanced Livestock Production.

Her studies and hands-on experience have given her a firm understanding of the end requirements of the calves in varying systems.

The Importance of Water

The Importance of Water

We have been lucky enough to experience a handful of hot dry days this Summer. On these hot days in particular our thoughts turn to the availability and uptake of water in our calf pens. The average producer waits 17 days before offering fresh drinking water to calves (Wickramasinghe, 2020).

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