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Nia Davies

Associate Lecturer - Aberystwyth University

Nia joined Wynnstay in 2018 as a Trainee Dairy Specialist, she has since gone on to gain experience as a lambing assistant, research and development officer.  She is now an Associate Lecturer at Aberystwyth University.

How drought can cause mineral deficiencies in livestock.

Cows Eating Hay

Drought can cause many problems for farmers across Britain, when the hot weather pattern has broken, we are reminded of what rain is and its ability to grow grass. With this comes the possible problem of mineral deficiencies.

Of course, quantity of minerals and trace elements in grass does depend on soil type, botanical composition, fertilisation of the pasture and growth stage but weather conditions also affect this greatly.

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