Dairy switch brings a less painful life

Buss, Jessica; Allison, Richard
March 2002
Farmers Weekly;3/15/2002, Vol. 136 Issue 11, p44
Trade Publication
Reports on the benefits of switching from dairy to beef finishing business. Factors that drive farmer Richard Roberts to shift from dairying to beef finishing; Benefits of finishing Holstein-Friesian steers; Reasons for finishing a small number of suckler-bred heifers.


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