Preventative planning keeps herds healthy

Lawrence, Chrissie
May 2006
Farmers Weekly;5/5/2006, Vol. 144 Issue 18, p46
Trade Publication
The article reports on how a structured herd health planning can prevent a disease outbreak. All too often farmers view herd health planning as an extra hassle. But in reality it means monitoring best practice methods which farmers employ every day to maintain good herd health, which can only maximise economic advantage.


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