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Tag - maize

Reduce the risk of mycotoxins in maize silage this season


Reduce the risk of mycotoxins in maize silage this season

Sep 03, 2021
Farmers are being advised to pay close attention to detail when harvesting maize and take steps to minimise waste and preserve maximum quality.  “It’s not been a typical season for maize, with many crops… Read more
Sep 03, 2021 - Farmers are being advised to pay close attention to detail when harvesting maize and take steps to minimise waste and preserve maximum quality.  “It’s not been a typical season for maize, with many crops… Read more

Outlook for 2021 maize harvest


Outlook for 2021 maize harvest

Aug 23, 2021
Following a couple of bumper maize growing years, it is looking likely that maize crop yields this season will be more typical,… Read more
Aug 23, 2021 - Following a couple of bumper maize growing years, it is looking likely that maize crop yields this season will be more typical,… Read more

Using a crop specific inoculant


Using a crop specific inoculant

Aug 23, 2021
Typical losses in the production and feeding of maize silage are around 15% with the biggest challenge being aerobic stability. This is… Read more
Aug 23, 2021 - Typical losses in the production and feeding of maize silage are around 15% with the biggest challenge being aerobic stability. This is… Read more

Top tips – ensiling forage to maintain fibre


Top tips – ensiling forage to maintain fibre

Aug 03, 2021
Once forage crops have been harvested it is important to focus on maintaining this rumen friendly fibre throughout the storage period. If… Read more
Aug 03, 2021 - Once forage crops have been harvested it is important to focus on maintaining this rumen friendly fibre throughout the storage period. If… Read more

Top tips – harvesting best practice


Top tips – harvesting best practice

Jul 02, 2021
Getting harvest right can be the difference between a good and poor quality forage. In this chapter we discuss how to execute your maize, wholecrop or grass… Read more
Jul 02, 2021 - Getting harvest right can be the difference between a good and poor quality forage. In this chapter we discuss how to execute your maize, wholecrop or grass… Read more

Top tips – planning to achieve quality silage


Top tips – planning to achieve quality silage

May 13, 2021
When it comes to planning for forage there are lots of variables that need to be taken into consideration.  This all starts with… Read more
May 13, 2021 - When it comes to planning for forage there are lots of variables that need to be taken into consideration.  This all starts with… Read more

Stop maize silage wasting away with MAGNIVA inoculants


Stop maize silage wasting away with MAGNIVA inoculants

Sep 02, 2020
MAGNIVA Platinum Maize inoculants help reduce aerobic spoilage in clamps meaning more valuable silage is available to feed as Roy Eastlake from… Read more
Sep 02, 2020 - MAGNIVA Platinum Maize inoculants help reduce aerobic spoilage in clamps meaning more valuable silage is available to feed as Roy Eastlake from… Read more

How much of your maize silage will you feed to your cows?


How much of your maize silage will you feed to your cows?

Aug 19, 2020
Article as seen in British Dairying – August 2020 National Technical Support Manager Roy Eastlake says that the wastage rates widely seen… Read more
Aug 19, 2020 - Article as seen in British Dairying – August 2020 National Technical Support Manager Roy Eastlake says that the wastage rates widely seen… Read more

Farmer Testimonial: Producing and utilising high-quality silage is central to success for a beef unit in mid-Devon.


Farmer Testimonial: Producing and utilising high-quality silage is central to success for a beef unit in mid-Devon.

Jun 17, 2020
Andrew Quick and his son Edward farm 400 acres at Bury Barton Farm, Lapford which is home to 100 mainly Limousin suckler… Read more
Jun 17, 2020 - Andrew Quick and his son Edward farm 400 acres at Bury Barton Farm, Lapford which is home to 100 mainly Limousin suckler… Read more

Farmer Testimonial: Developing a successful autumn calving system


Farmer Testimonial: Developing a successful autumn calving system

May 12, 2020
As seen in British Dairying – March 2020 Four years ago, a Devon dairy farm made the decision to move to autumn… Read more
May 12, 2020 - As seen in British Dairying – March 2020 Four years ago, a Devon dairy farm made the decision to move to autumn… Read more