Munster Bovine Reach Half a Million Cows Milk Recorded 2021
Expert advice on how to maximise conception rates with Sexed Semen.
Munster Bovine Launch 2021 G1 Programme
The Benefits of Doing an early Milk Recording.
To avail of the full benefits of Milk Recording, it is critical to get all cows recorded within 60 days of calving. This means getting one Recording done during March and the second within 60 days of the first. This will lead to detailed information on performance over the dry period (cure rate and new infection rate) and also the early identification of problem cows.
Last week saw the first Virtual National Dairy Show take place over two nights on October 28th and 29th and Munster Bovine were delighted to participate in this hugely successful event which incorporated expert discussion panels, demonstrations, trade exhibitions, key note speakers and a trip down memory lane to view some previous show champions.
We are delighted to introduce to our new Munster Bovine Milk Recording Report which includes a New Milk Recording Lifetime Summary Section for herds.
In the latest edition of Munster Bovine’s Farm Life Story series, we visited the farm of customer Edmund Tobin, a dairy farmer based in Cashel, Co. Tipperary.
Gerard Murnane , Dairy Farmer, Bruff, Co. Limerick
A Farm Life Story: Isabell McGill & David Walsh
Based on the outskirts of Cashel, County Tipperary, Michael Ryan is a third-generation dairy farmer, following his father Maurice’s footsteps and grandfather before him into the profession. Michael has claimed the huge honour of being awarded Regional Grassland Farmer of the Year in 2018.