Beef

  • Reduce your cost of production

    24 Sep 2020

    Our unique additive Rumitech has been assured by The Carbon Trust to ‘significantly reduce enteric methane emissions and improve feed efficiency.' The result of this more efficient rumen environment is: Improved feed conversion Reduced feed intake Improved killing out percentages Improved performance Reduce carbon footprint Flexible feeding system Rumitech can be introduced to any f...

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  • Rumen performance powered by Maxammon - available in Ireland

    1 Jul 2020

    Maxammon is a grain treatment process that increases: Protein pH Digestibility of the diet   Resulting in: Improved rumen performance Improved DLWG Improved milk yield Improved profit    Harbro Nutrition Ireland Distributors: Southern Fuel & Farm Supplies -Midlands and South (021) 463 2020 Barrett Agri - West Cork (023) 8847005 Jordan Agri...

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  • Maximise performance from home grown cereals using Maxammon

    1 Jul 2020

    Maxammon is a grain treatment process that increases the protein, pH and digestibility of the grain, leading to improved rumen performance, improved feed conversion and increased DLWG.     Tried and tested With more than a decade of farm success, Maxammon has been developed and tested by over 14 universities and research institutes across the globe. On farm results Doug Dear contract fini...

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  • Traditional grazing breed achieves increased performance using modern approach

    26 Jun 2020

    Vice President of the Beef Shorthorn Cattle Society, Charles Horton runs his 100 cow Shorthorn Hannington pedigree herd at Nell farm in Gloucestershire. A split site, the arable operation comprising of 3,000 acres is run at Poulton Fields with the livestock kept at Nell Farm. Charles keeps 600 ewes and 100 Pedigree Beef Shorthorn cows, all of which are finished under the Morrisons Shorthorn S...

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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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