Cull cow prices up

Green, Iain
April 2007
Farmers Weekly;4/13/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 15, p62
Trade Publication
The author provides updates on his livestock farm at Garmouth in Moray, Scotland. He remarks that they had fewer sets of twin lambs in 2007 which has eased their workload. The author has sold 14 post-'96 cull cows for £845 per head that only averaged at £668. They have started producing grower and creep feed to reduce pig feed costs.


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