The University of Liverpool are conducting a study into the prevalence of parasitic diseases in grazing cattle acro… https://t.co/dWUD590A3o
The search begins to find Scotland’s Dairy Farm of the Year, with applications now open for the prestigious AgriSco… https://t.co/GcUraj84NF
Cattle Information Service require Contract Milk Recorders across Wigtownshire & Ayrshire For al the info:… https://t.co/Iu0Qu0dur2
A full time position has become available on our family dairy farm based on the beautiful Isle of Bute for all the… https://t.co/M8y1m2ZTbZ
An excellent opportunity for a Dairyperson will become available to join the team at Hardgrove looking after 600 Pe… https://t.co/qVCSqqohKL
In the first of a series of articles under the #Decisions4Dairy – Optimising Revenue theme, AHDB looks at the value of good hygienic quality to milk buyers, and some key facts that farmers should bear in mind when looking to optimise their revenue.