Nutritional Articles

  • Lower methane emissions with Rumitech

    15 Jul 2021

    UK based Harbro has been leading the way in methane reduction for over ten years with Rumitech. Rumitech is a unique Carbon Trust validated feed additive comprised of natural essential oils which lowers methane emissions and improves milk yield and feed efficiency.

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  • Maximise Grain at Harvest

    5 Jul 2021

      Maximise grain at harvest with Maxammon grain treatment  Increase grain protein (+30%) Reduce bought-in feed costs Improve pH and rumen function  Improve performance, efficiency and feed conversion rate  Backed by more than 10 years R&D Local native grain with a low carbon footprint Improve DLWG Improve milk yield Improve PROFIT...

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  • Maxammonn - More Efficient, More Output, Lower Carbon Diet

    28 Jun 2021

    With a number of recent press articles raising environmental questions with urea based grain treatments, we felt it was important highlight not only the inaccuracies of these articles but also the positive performance and environmental benefits of Maxammon  Please note that there are considerable differences between urea-...

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  • Backed by Harbro

    2 Jun 2021

    Harbro has launched an exciting new initiative to support the next generation of farmers who have taken on a farming enterprise.   ‘Backed by Harbro’ will see us select and work with two of the UK’s most promising farmers, that have recently taken on a livestock farm, providing advice and nutritional products to help support the performance and profitability of their businesses. David MacKenz...

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  • Options for harvest

    17 Jun 2020

    By Alistair Stewart, Harbro Beef and Sheep specialist The prediction is there will be plenty of feed barley this harvest and it will be discounted. This is firstly due to the wet autumn which reduced winter wheat sowing, resulting in an increased area of spring barley being drilled. More recently, COVID-19 has forced closures of distilleries and the subsequent drop in demand for malting barley...

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