Good week at Perth

Green, Iain
February 2008
Farmers Weekly;2/29/2008, p27
Trade Publication
The article features British farmer Iain Green. Green farms 2740 acres as a family partnership. Stock includes 130 pedigree Simmentals, 330 Simmental crosses, plus followers, 500 Highland Mule ewes and 340 sows. The partnership also runs a large haulage business. Almost all lambs have been sold and he does not have to buy any concentrates, which has been a big saving. Ewes and gimmers are receiving a small amount of cake and adlib liquid feed with actenona to prevent twin lamb disease.


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