in brief…

January 2007
Farmers Weekly;1/19/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 3, p35
Trade Publication
The article presents news briefs on the livestock industry in Great Britain. To help guide in own health planning or simply testing knowledge on the subject in terms of animal performance and disease prevention, academies that discuss health planning and reveal the benefits and practicalities of getting a comprehensive strategy in place could be used. Purchasing complementary alternatives such as sugar beet to be mixed during clamping could be considered by dairy producers who look to extend limited stocks of moist feeds.


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