• PRODUCING 'farmer-user' combine harvesters is quite a speciality for manufacturer, Same Deutz-Fahr, and it has now totally revamped its firm favourite in that bracket with the new C6000 series.

  • SUCH IS the confidence in its revamped T-series combines, John Deere has already dubbed the new models as 'record-breakers'.

  • WITH a focus on maximising milk production and value from grazing, energy feeds are coming under the spotlight as grazing gets underway across Scotland.

  • USERS of the Harvest Tec moisture monitoring and associated additive applicator system sold in the UK by PFC (Profitable Farming Company), will now be able to use their applicator systems to accurately apply acid-derived silage additive to round and large square bales.

  • THE below average grass growth this spring could be putting next winter's cow performance and fertility at risk.

  • A RANGE of mobile holding tanks to aid with the spreading of digestate from biogas and anaerobic digestion plants, has been launched by NI business, SlurryKat.

  • SILAGE producers in Scotland can do more to utilise their silage yield by taking more cuts, drying grass further before harvesting and conducting a more comprehensive silage analysis.

  • USING a fungicide to control disease in trials of maize last year has also produced some added benefit.

  • MAKING more from forage and subsequently cutting herd costs, will be a key feature of the Livestock Event, at The NEC, Birmingham, on July 8 and 9.

  • FARMERS are being urged to focus on process to minimise the threat of moulds and potential multiple mycotoxin contamination in conserved forage.