articles about michael-danagher
Beefing another batch, culling empty cows, emptying slurry tanks and more
Opinion: 'Farmers who have cattle ready to kill are going to have to bring them to the factory'
‘We are already up on silage from last year so we shouldn't have to buy in any for the winter’
Topping paddocks, a restricted herd, spreading fertiliser and more.
Spreading slurry and fertiliser, dehorning calves, new mineral buckets, separating bullocks and more!
Silage 2019, topping, spreading fertiliser and slurry, an on-farm event, beef prices and more!
Factory prices - €4.00/kg for heifers and €3.95/kg for steers
Spreading dung, dehorning calves, fixing fences, spreading fertiliser, closing off fields for silage and more!
The main purpose of going back to pedigree breeding is to produce our own stock bulls, writes Michael Danagher.
Calving, spreading fertiliser, power-washing and disinfecting sheds, replacing old barriers and more!
New lick buckets, protecting calves against Coccidiosis, re-fencing ground, purchasing calves and more!
Failing to get cattle killed, re-housing suckler pairings, collecting breeding heifers, spreading fertiliser, building a new shed and more.
Breeding females showing signs of heat, purchasing, tagging and registering calves, dosing bullocks, spreading fertiliser, rolling land and more.
Improved ground and weather conditions, spreading urea, calving, AI’ing heifers, dismantling old fences, sourcing hay and more.
Castrating bulls, calving, repairing machinery, purchasing stock, poor ground and weathers conditions and more!
Earmarking replacement heifers, the arrival of snow, finishing heifers, calving, collecting hay bales, purchasing calves and building a new shed – see more here.
Signing-up for the BEEP scheme, purchasing a new weighing scales, turning cows out to pasture, plans to build a new shed and more!
We are running low on silage so we are letting as many animals as possible out to grass, writes Michael Danagher. Other jobs this week include tagging calves, collecting hay and dairy calves.