articles about beef-roundup
Here at thatsfarming.com, we are paying particular attention to the markets bringing you, the reader, the latest information and updates as they happen, and this weeks addition aims to be no different.
This time of year, is always the busiest on the farm in my opinion, with cows calving, cattle going out, grass growing and the evenings getting long, it’s hard not to feel re-energized after the long winter months.
Cormac Duffy is back this week to take a look at the new Sustainable Beef and Lamb assurance scheme (SBLAS)
We have always let someone else worry about the marketing and selling of our beef - But what if there is no market with Britain? Cormac Duffy takes a look
Cormac is back with Beef Roundup and this week he is looking at that all important job; fertilizing.
Dare we speak of GLAS? Cormac Duffy takes a look at GLAS 3 and just what needs to be done.
Opening of new markets good but what and where have they been looking and what will it mean for the Irish beef farmer - Cormac Duffy takes a look
Believe it or not it will soon be time to let stock out. In this week's Beef Roundup Cormac takes us through a quick check list for the big day.
After last week’s beef round up, focusing on dairy calves, this weeks thatsfarming.com beef round up, we will take a look at feeding our dairy calves.
Cormac Duffy is back with our popular feature and this week he's taking a look at a topical issue raising dairy calves for beef. Can it be done?
Cormac Duffy is reseeding ground at the moment and this week he takes a look at just why its so important an operation on your suckler farm.
Cormac Duffy is happy its Spring but it means lots of work lies ahead including getting the best quality grass for his cattle.
In the final addition of 2016’s Beef roundup Cormac Duffy has all you need to know in order to feed your suckler cows correctly, based on her body condition scoring on the run up to this calving season.
In the third installment of the Beef Roundup, we give you all the information you need for a happy and healthy herd.