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Introducing Concentrates to Autumn Calves

Early development of the calf is crucial to their overall health in the long term. While many factors limit productivity and longevity in the herd, a well-managed early calf program will set the stage for maximum lifetime productivity. That is why it is important to pay close attention to a calf’s feeding programme.

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Key Factors for Successful Reseeding

There are a number of key factors to establishing a successful reseed, and the first step is to have a planned approach. This will involve identification of poor performing pastures, consideration to the type of cultivation required, management practices and grass mixture required.

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Maize Harvesting – When is the Right Time?

Forecasting the expected date of harvest is important benefits in planning the rotation, remaining compliant with regulations and spreading work load. In practice harvest is mainly determined by the variety, the season and the presence of plastic or not.

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Managing a New Reseed

The most challenging factors in managing a new reseed are based around weed control and pest control. Teagasc trials have shown that killing weeds in the first 2 months after re-seeding will have a long lasting effect (up to 4 years).

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Managing Sterile Brome in Winter Crops

Sterile brome, also known as barren brome, is a mainly winter grass - native in rough waste ground, hedgerows and roadsides -which causes a dramatic compromise of yield potential in winter crops, especially where heavy infestations have occurred. 

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