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- This is a first. I've never made hay in March before. I don't recall ever having such a surplus of pasture in March.Summer hay crop blowing in the wind, I've never done hay in Feb before!🤷🏻♂️ Two cuts of silage and a grazing from this paddock since 18/10/19. I'm feeling good vibes from this pasture variety call Vibe.
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- Goldilocks zone weather for cows...not so ideal for making hay. If we don't get this baled now I think this grass i… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 2 months ago
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Milk advertising has been in the media of late. It is great to see some quality milk advertising.
There is little doubt healthy soil is critical to a productive farm. Once you ask the question what constitutes a healthy soil and what is the best way to build soil health the debate begins. Soil health has become a … Continue reading
￼ Santa delivered some welcome summer rains last night with 16mm falling during an impressive lightening display.
One of those farm chores that seem to come around all to quickly is herd test. Eight times a year we collect a sample of every cow in the herd to help us understand more about the milk every cow … Continue reading
Great series of adds produced by Swiss milk, they have been making them for years. milk boosts your day The collection can be found at http://www.swissmilk.ch