Maximising the environment for the high yielding cow.
With Jamie Robertson
Time: 10.30am – 2.30pm
Date: 31st October
Venue: Lower Farm, Whatcote, Shipston on Stour, Warwickshire. CV36 5EF
(by kind permission of Tim Price)
Booking is essential. The cost of attending this meeting is funded via your levy. Please ensure you register your attendance for catering purposes. Levy payers will have first refusal.
In high yielding, all year round calving herds marginal gains can have a big impact on the bottom line. The limiting factor is rarely the genetic potential of the cow but the environment in which she can express her potential. Buildings often become the bottle-neck due to the cost to replace them.
AHDB is running a series of practical workshops that will focus on ventilation but also incorporate other aspects of the cow’s environment including feed space and cow comfort to help farmers optimise the environment to maximise herd performance.
A practical on farm session, limited to a maximum of 25 attendees. Aimed at farmers with housed herds of high yielding cows. Lunch and refreshments are included.
– Assess your own building to identify the restrictions in ventilation, feed space and cow comfort
– Maximise productivity from your current building
– Avoid the pitfalls and impacts of new building designs
– The cost/benefit of building modification
Please bring a clean pair of wellington boots to help with the biosecurity and out of respect to the host’s farm business.
To find out more or book a place, please contact the KE Events hub on 01904 771216 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Back to news