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Maize For Beef: Cost Effective High Performance

Friday, 30 November 2018 11:53:58 Europe/London

Maize for beefForage maize is a brilliant feed as it encourages a higher dry matter intake (DMI) than when cattle are fed on rations based only on grass silage. Being full of starch but also a great fi bre source, it really gives farmers finishing cattle an opportunity to push their cattle and get them fi nished as soon as possible.

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Posted By Wynnstay Sheep and Beef Team

Maize in Dairy Rations: The Perfect Balance

Friday, 30 November 2018 11:43:06 Europe/London

Inclusion of maize in dairy rations has long been favoured, but with improved analysis of forage samples, along with genetic developments by seed breeders, we are in a better position than ever to exploit the best of maize silage.

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Posted By Wynnstay Dairy Team

Tupping

Wednesday, 8 August 2018 16:47:43 Europe/London

Wynnstay Premier Energy to help lift lambing percentage and profitability

In a perfect world every ewe should give birth to two lambs, but with an average lambing percentage of just 151% in the
UK, there is plenty of room for improvement especially where profitability from lamb returns is concerned.

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Posted in Youngstock Rearing By Anna Roberts

Are you short of forage? If so, we have the solution

Wednesday, 1 August 2018 11:27:22 Europe/London

Are you short of Forage or are your Grass leys looking tired after this dry weather? If so Autumn reseeding could be the answer.

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Posted By Anna Roberts

Improve suckler fertility to drive profitability

Tuesday, 17 July 2018 14:43:21 Europe/London

Ensuring good fertility of your breeding cows and heifers has the largest influence on this financial figure with ensuring you cover simple nutritional requirements key to supporting fertility. Wynnstay Premier Cattle Booster is specifically formulated to help support fertility as it contains a good level of energy plus minerals and vitamins, including an optimum level of copper.

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Posted By Anna Roberts

Seed Treatment

Thursday, 14 June 2018 10:35:15 Europe/London

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Posted in Arable By Anna Roberts

Hybrid Rye

Thursday, 14 June 2018 10:18:06 Europe/London

Widely grown in northern Europe, Hybrid Rye is proving to be an increasingly popular choice for improving the performance of AD (Anaerobic Digestion) plants and has potential as a high yielding wholecrop for livestock production.

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Posted in Arable By Anna Roberts

Crop Protection

Thursday, 14 June 2018 10:00:29 Europe/London

When growing high yielding varieties, often other agronomic features such as disease resistance are sometimes overlooked. The
fungicides at our disposal today are capable of producing extremely good results, but it is important to apply as much thought to the
fungicide programme and timings as to the choice of product, to achieve optimum yield potential.

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Posted in Arable By Anna Roberts

Feeding high yielding varieties

Thursday, 14 June 2018 09:51:19 Europe/London

The 2018/19 AHDB Recommended List sees several high yielding varieties introduced, including Elicit and RGT Gravity. For maximum potential yield to be achieved, crops need to be provided with the correct balance of essential nutrients throughout the growing season.

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Posted in Arable By Anna Roberts

Is Yield Still King?

Thursday, 14 June 2018 09:39:58 Europe/London

For UK wheat growers, trying to decide between choosing a crop with high yield or a crop with good grain quality is not a new dilemma.

Many different varieties on the market provide the option to grow a quality grain but this often means having to endure a small yield penalty and increased growing costs.

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Posted in Arable By Anna Roberts

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