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18-04-2018 | Chinese Trade Visit
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ForFarmers were proud to be involved in a visit earlier this week by a group of Chinese delegates hosted by DEFRA & APHA. Their visit to the UK was part of an ongoing review into allowing British beef back into China.  Part of their...

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13-03-2018 | ForFarmers publishes Annual Results 2017
Today, 13th of March, ForFarmers has published the Annual Results 2017 of ForFarmers N.V. Read the full press release here.

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05-03-2018 | Orphan lamb performance improves with Ewbol Lambcare milk
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Father and son, Michael and Matthew Rees, farm at Cefngwyddil, Cross Inn in West Wales, running 1000 ewes; a mixture of Welsh Mules and Suffolk Cross Mules. They use Texel, Suffolk and Charollais rams and usually achieve a lambs reared figure...

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27-02-2018 | Making the most of your maize
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Starch is an important source of energy in maize silage and when broken down in the rumen, can have a significant impact on improving milk yield and glucose potential.

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20-02-2018 | ForFarmers extends European leadership position by creating joint venture with Tasomix in Poland
ForFarmers N.V. (‘ForFarmers’) signed a share purchase agreement with the owners of the Polish company Tasomix to acquire 60% of their shares. Tasomix is a large and innovative feed company, mainly active in the poultry sector. Through...

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12-02-2018 | Forage Forum near South Lanarkshire
Farmers in the South Lanarkshire area are invited to attend a ForFarmers Forage Forum held at Larkhall, south of Glasgow, to discuss 'More meat and milk from forage'.  The event, which takes place in the morning at the Radstone...

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02-02-2018 | One small change offers significant benefits
Taking first, and any subsequent, silage cuts earlier in the season has improved silage quality and herd performance on one Dorset-based dairy unit. 

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31-01-2018 | Prevent winter weather from impacting on calf performance
Achieving good calf growth rates during prolonged periods of cold weather is challenging because calves will divert energy reserves away from growth to help maintain their body temperature. If extra feed is not supplied to help mitigate this...

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22-01-2018 | Pinnacle maize set to be first-choice variety
Maize variety choice can have a significant impact on the success of the crop. So growers must choose a variety with the right earliness of maturity for their location, which will be ready for harvest at the required date, but also consider...

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19-01-2018 | Forage Forum in North Somerset
Farmers in North Somerset are invited to attend a ForFarmers Forage Forum held near Langford, Somerset to discuss 'Maximising Milk from Forage' in co-operation with Alvis contracting. The event, which takes place during a morning...

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