DairyCo offers a range of products and services to assist GB dairy farmers with a variety of technical and business management issues. From health & welfare related topics such as mastitis and lameness, to workshops on business planning, our technical services offer evidence based, practical support & advice which have been shown to deliver positive results.
Farm Business Management
Planning for Profit is a great way for dairy farmers to work through real financial and management scenarios for their business and test options for change.
People management broadly defines the influence the farmer has over the individuals whose skills and labour are utilised in order to run the farm business efficiently.
Joint ventures business structures can provide a profitable combination of skills and resources allowing all parties involved to grow in terms of business and wealth creation.
Forage for Knowledge is the DairyCo grass analysis project for 2013. We will be following 10 farmers across GB as they aim to get great quality and consistency for the whole grazing season.
Feeding dairy cows and young stock is one of the highest costs for milk production. There is though a large variation of feeding costs between relatively similar systems.
Breeding has a considerable impact on profitability, as demonstrated by the fact that 80% of the increase in milk yield over the past 20 years can be attributed to improved breeding.
Richard Davies, DairyCo, extension officer, will be speaking at the RABDF Youngstock Farm Walk on 23 April in Lutterworth, Leicestershire.04/14/2014 14:23:56
The Welsh dairy processing sector must capitalise on the current positive market situation to “create a better and more sustainable industry for the future”, says a newly released report ‘The Welsh Dairy Processing Sector – 2014’.04/11/2014 12:23:42
DairyCo has launched a new training film on Body Condition Scoring (BCS) which complements its existing resources available to dairy producers.04/07/2014 14:58:34
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