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Kingshay Members Offer

Limited FREE places available to Kingshay Members for:TBAS Conference Flier - Farmers

Tackling Bovine TB 

- A collaborative approach to disease control

Wednesday 26th June 2019 at 9am

Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester, GL7 6JS.

TB is a devastating disease for the UK cattle industry, affecting livelihoods, animal health and welfare, herd genetics and farmer wellbeing. The ‘Bovine TB Strategy Review’, led by Prof. Sir Charles Godfray, highlighted the need for industry stakeholders to take greater ownership of disease control. Come along to the inaugural TBAS conference to learn more about what can be done to reduce the risk and impact of TB on your farm.

To claim your free ticket, please contact Kingshay on 01458 851555.

Enclosed in your mailing:

July newsletterJuly_2019_Newsletter_140619_1223-Page 1

  • Kingshay Designs New first4milk Service
  • South West Dairy Development Centre – update
  • Dairy Manager – review of Somatic Cell Counts
  • Celebrating 20 years of Kingshay’s Costings
  • Welcome to Kingshay’s New Team Members
  • “In my field….”

dairy insight – Maize Eyespot 

Maize Eyespot

 

The amount of maize grown in the UK has increased significantly over the last decade, due to both the three-crop rule and an increasing use of maize in anaerobic digesters. As this area expands, the disease risk increases as pathogens become more prevalent, evolving and adapting to UK conditions.

There are 5 main diseases: Fusarium, Northern Corn Leaf Blight, Common Rust, Smut and Eyespot. These diseases can potentially impact maize silage yields and quality of feed. Early detection and treatment are therefore essential.