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The 2017 Maize Varieties Report

The 2017 Maize Varieties Report

This year’s Kingshay Maize Variety Report emphasises the importance of choosing the right variety to reduce risk and exploit the potential of this valuable crop. Wit...

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The Forage Costings Report 2015

The Forage Costings Report 2015

Growing and managing forage well is one of the key drivers of dairy farm profitability and maximising milk from home grown forage has never been more important with milk ...

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The Forage Costings Report 2016

The Forage Costings Report 2016

Selecting the right forages, optimising yield and quality and achieving high utilisation will reduce production costs. Our annual Forage Costs Report provides a detailed ...

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The Forage Costings Report 2017

The Forage Costings Report 2017

The 2017 edition of the Forage Costings Report provides a detailed insight into the costs of producing forage.  Using this report enables the reader to compare the cost ...

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Tried & Tested Cubicles Report

Tried & Tested Cubicles Report

Over 6 years we assessed a wide range of cubicles in our cow housing demonstration unit. No single cubicle type will be correct in all situations. Knowing what you need i...

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Welsh Grass Value Project Report

Welsh Grass Value Project Report

Kingshay have worked with the Dairy Development Centre at Gelli Aur to analyse the data and write a report on their three year project, evaluating the value of grass in W...

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Yard Scrapers Tried & Tested

Yard Scrapers Tried & Tested

Good quality scraping is important for feet and udder health. Read our independent yard scrapers report which includes results from the members survey and 'hands on' asse...

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Youngstock Management Report

Youngstock Management Report

The young dairy heifers are the future of your herd. By planning their rearing from day one until they start their first lactation, farm profits can be improved as a resu...

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