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Boris is watching the brexit party, he has too out brexit the brexit party because of a looming election, hes keeping the DUP onside in case he needs them on the other side, if he doesn't they'll be cast adrift back home, the saddest part in all of this is the opposition is for fxxk all, no one wants a leftie, they need a blairite, someone like Yvette cooper. Our last hope is the queen will sack boris, just to finish dominic raabs a cxxt,I've the knives out for him
 

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Farmers are doing their industry a massive disservice spreading slurry a day like today. Causing runoff pollution and making a mess of roads, which they can't be bothered to clean up - and yet we are trying to convince our local customers we are the best in the world. Unfortunately it looks like it will take further action to bring the industry into line. :mad:. Will be interesting to hear what our customers think when we ask for financial support in the wake of a bad Brexit. As a private customer myself, I'd say let them rot, on the strength of what I see today.
 

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How to mitigate heat stress in cattle

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Written by John Swire

With temperatures forecast to rise above 25°C, cattle producers should be prepared to mitigate the negative effects of heat stress on their beef and dairy animals.

“Cattle are fairly comfortable when the ambient temperature is between 15°C and 25°C over the summer months but if the thermometer rises significantly, production performance will start to suffer,” warns Jacob Lakin from Azelis Animal Nutrition.

“This is because both a milk production and growing beef animal will start to divert energy away from production performance towards keeping cool. You’ll notice if a cow is struggling during a summer heatwave because she will start to salivate heavily and pant...
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