Written by cpm
Download PDF Could bromes be the next super weed? Results from a four-year AHDB project reveal that they certainly deserve careful management to avoid becoming increasingly problematic to control. CPM finds out more. Growers should be alert to the risk of rapid herbicide...
Im curious to know how well the 6900 straw walker combine compares to the 7600 hybrid. They both share the same 507hp engine and physical size/ graintank size so I wasn't surprised to read that the 6900 was a big improvement over the old 670 flagship 6 walker model. Does the 6900 mean some...
Am I missing something? I’ve specced a Defender commercial S with the stuff you really want in a car, and to match the spec of a Wildtrack Ranger. Tow bar, metallic paint, mudflaps, 3 seats in the front, alloy wheels. And that’s about it, not gone too mad with it. It’s come out at £62,000+VAT...
So we’ve only got Defy - see attached, but having applied this in the autumn we’ve now got ryegrass come back through so we must be resistant to that as well.
Tried ploughing and it doesn’t work.
Tried No-Till and that doesn’t work.
Tried spring crops and they aren’t working.
Tried maize and it...
I’ve been a bit slow on reducing the protein in the cake and made a balls up because the silage is sky high in protein. Due a load of cake next week so that will help somewhat but we still need to mop up some protein to keep the cows happy. Milk is dropping like a stone currently and the cows...
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Looking like I might be in the market for a combine.
Current options ( due to budget and whats available ) are 570+ or a 570C don't want to go wider than 7.5m header, ideally Vario just in case I get OSR to grow in the future.
Your thoughts please
Been asked to farm a bit more for another neighbour ,
one field ,nice land but has ,big patch of blackgrass probably a 3 rd of 35 acre , looks like an established ley now 😥 ,been sprayed off 10 days ,
going spring wheat ,
plough ,and get clean start ,and throw every thing at it , or drill...
To me this looks far from straightforward and those who moaned about the complexities of the BPS application...
looking at re drilling some old grasses to make hay/haylage, what type of grass lay should i drill? what seed would you recommend and how much will the seed cost me for 10 acres worth? thanks in advance
Written by Agriland Team
On a recent Teagasc webinar, Donal Patton, a dairy research technologist, based in Teagasc Ballyhaise, outlined the practicalities of spring grazing.
In the webinar, Donal outlined the steps to approach spring grazing and how to make it work for you.
With more than a century of knowledge and experience in grass innovation, meaning you'll be dealing with a company that understands grass, so you can rest easy with the knowledge that a quality product will be delivered for you.
About Barenbrug UK
Established in the UK in 1983...
As im often told on here there are numerous benefits to rotationally grazing livestock so is everyone doing it? and if not why? what are the downsides im not hearing about as when i drive across the country i rarely see it!
Hello new here, just wondered if the more knowledgeable here could give some advice on a new tractor.
No experience of MF, JD, Claas. Fendt is certainly out of the question!
Had Valtra, Case, Zetor and NH.
Looking for something comfortable. Must be 115/120hp+
Preferably suspension - never had...
Written by Agriland Team
At the recent Teagasc once-a-day (OAD) milking conference, Dr. Nick Sneddon from New Zealand spoke about the established OAD research milking herd in Massey university.
Nick works with Fonterra, New Zealand’s largest milk processor. He reviewed the milk production and...