Nutrition

15 January 2019

The event, in association with nabim, will bring together industry experts to focus on assessing varieties and growing for the market.

7 January 2019

Crop Research News is a monthly technical e-newsletter issued by AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds.

4 January 2019

In this episode, we look at results from AHDB's Look Ahead survey of the Recommended Lists; what our Sittingbourne Monitor Farm group discussed around learning from organic and some interim cover crop findings..

20 November 2018

A project to extend a Scottish ramularia forecast service to the rest of the UK resulted in the cessation of the forecast completely.

15 October 2018

Welcome to the latest edition of the Grower magazine for October/November 2018

15 October 2018

The 2018/19 Field Vegetable Review explores a range of research and developments from AHDB Horticulture for field vegetable growers.

1 October 2018

This factsheet focuses on the calibration of the water-powered proportional dilutor

5 November 2018

The R&D Review is a summary of some of the work the Beef & Lamb sector is carrying out on behalf of levy payers to help their businesses become more efficient and sustainable.

27 September 2018

With ever-increasing pressure for farmers to find ways to cut costs, AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds Strategic Farm East will start to look at managed lower inputs during the next twelve months.

2 November 2018

Herbs such as forage chicory and plantain can be a source of highly nutritious feed for grazing livestock. Using these species can reduce reliance on concentrate feeds, which reduces production costs. This guide gives an overview of using chicory and plantain as forage crops for livestock production

2 November 2018

If managed well, grazed grass can supply all the needs of pregnantewes over winter. Careful forward planning and rationing can offerpotential savings of £15/ewe per winter. This document provides guidance on how to do this, developed from three years of on-farm demonstration work

2 November 2018

Cost-effective feeding systems that support optimum output are paramount to the profitability of a breeding flock. This publication aims to ensure that the potential contribution of grazed and conserved forage is maximised to ensure both minimal cost and optimal rumen function.