With high fertiliser costs should you ‘batten down the hatches’ or focus even harder on producing good grass silage this season?
- Designed with external fixing points enabling them to be easily unbolted and re-sited
- Allows you to change widths of bays
- Optimum shape and profile for the storage of grain, aggregate and other bulk materials
- Available in 8'0" and 10'0" lengths
Designed with external fixing points enabling then to be easily unbolted and re-sited allowing you to change widths of bays. Features an optimum shape and profile for the storage of grain, aggregate and other bulk materials. Available in 2 lengths.
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Wynnstay’s dedicated Hardware Team specialise in providing advice and solutions on new and existing dairy setups as well as having experience in beef, sheep, and arable projects.
It is important to provide the correct cow environment for the health and the progression of a herd. Suitable dairy housing is known to improve milk production and quality, reproductive efficiency as well as the overall health and longevity of the herd, which results in the economic return to the dairy. Cows that are comfortable have less stress, eat more and lie for longer, and in turn produce more milk and suffer less from lameness and other associated problems. It has been proven that there is a strong correlation between standing times of cattle and the incidence of lameness.
When it comes to producing good quality, nutritious silage small things can make a big difference. This is especially true of mistakes. A shortcut or a small oversight can ultimately result in silage that is unusable due to insufficient dry matter content or worse, silage that is dangerous to herd health because of mould growth and the likely presence of mycotoxins or Listeria.
Many farmers have come to accept some issues, particularly with mould, as inevitable and as a necessary evil. The reality is however, it's all too often caused by someone committing one of a number of silage "sins".