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Reduce feed waste to help silage stocks last until turnout

Dairy farmers facing silage shortages ahead of turnout should take steps to reduce feed waste and achieve more from available feed. 

Jill Hunter, InTouch feeding specialist, explained that there is a huge variance in forage availability across the country, with some producers feeling the pressure more than others. However, there are practical measures to reduce waste that can benefit all farms.

“Making small management changes can have a big impact on waste reduction and, ultimately, the bottom line,” said Hunter.

Global Perspective Species Sessions at Alltech ONE Conference

ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference to feature species sessions with global perspective on the agriculture industry
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[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference (ONE19), held May 19–21 in Lexington, Kentucky, will bring together producers and industry experts from around the world to share insights and solutions to today’s most pressing issues within the global agriculture industry. 

Pearse Lyons Accelerator - start-ups selected

From beef blockchain to swine sensors, The Pearse Lyons Accelerator selects startups on the cutting edge of ag-tech

Record number of startups apply for third year of The Pearse Lyons Accelerator

[DUBLIN] – After a record-breaking 251 startups from 53 countries applied to be part of The Pearse Lyons Accelerator, the class of 2019 has been selected to work with Alltech and Dogpatch Labs to accelerate their business development. This year’s applicants have already raised over $143 million, with 135 startups disclosing funding.

One-third of dairy feed variable inputs lost in feed waste

Although feed is the single biggest cost for U.K. dairy businesses, accounting for 60 percent of variable costs, industry research suggests that it is also one of the most under-utilised inputs, with as much as 45 percent of its potential lost between field and cow. 

Ian Leach, Alltech retail programmes manager, explains that this equates to a feed waste value of almost £1 for every £3 spent. 


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