Dairy Minerals...What the analysis doesn't show

Many large dairy farms and group buyers see price as their purchasing criteria, often to the detriment of their own pocket.

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Controlling Coccidiosis In Calves

Coccidia are parasites of the intestine. Healthy animals protected from coccidial disease by immunity, unfortunately still carry these parasites.

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What are Mycotoxins?

A concise definition of a mycotoxin is "substances metabolised by certain fungi (moulds), which grow naturally on a wide variety of raw plant materials" or "toxic, secondary metabolites of low molecular weight produced by naturally occurring fungi."

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Coccidiosis prevention and treatment in lambs

Coccidiosis is a parasitic invasion of the intestine. Coccidiosis has a life cycle of 21 days that starts when a lamb ingests an oocyst.

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Examining all Farm Costs

The Denis Brinicombe Groups’ Technical Department have recently finished a study into the effect that many common livestock problems have on overall farm profitability.

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Maximising Lambing Percentage

A Cheshire father and son team have proved the value of Tub Tup to breeding ewes.

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Milk Fever - The cause & prevention through nutrition

Milk fever, parturient paresis or hypocalcaemia is a metabolic disease primarily of dairy cows but it can affect suckler cows also.

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Toxoplasmosis - Prevention and Treatment in Ewes

Toxoplasmosis is a potentially devastating disease that affects pregnant ewes at any time, most commonly during mid to late pregnancy.

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