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This popular and successful course is designed around best practice in all aspects of dairy farm management (nutrition, finance, fertility performance, mastitis, dry cow management, staffing etc), delivered over six two-day modules at Sewborwens Farm, Newton Rigg College, Penrith.
This is due to run November 19 through to April 20 2020.
This is open to all with dairy cow experience and those who wish to learn more.
Typically we have all age groups from 19 - 55 years with a range of abilities from 50 cows to 1,800 and a range of systems.
For those in Cumbria this is free. Those outside of Cumbria are more than welcome however, it will cost them £2,000 to attend the course.
More information please see the attached PDF, but if you require any information in the meantime, please contact the following:
James Webster: email@example.com or Stuart Martin at the Scottish Dairy Hub on 07500766083