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"With better grass use, margins should improve. The most obvious route is rotational or paddock grazing, favoured by some dairy producers, which can also successfully be applied to beef and sheep.
Such systems can result in more than 75% of grass grown being utilised, with good quality leys capable of producing more than 10t/ha DM, which can significantly cut feed bills." Farmers Weekly 6th June 2016
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