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lime on cattle

I only rarely come across someone using lime but if youegoing to do it then clip them first. A strip from withers to tail head

6 hours, 27 minutes in Farming & Forestry by greysides 5 Replies 103 Views

Farming Chitchat 10/10

Give an antibiotic too

1 day in Farming & Forestry by greysides 2,311 Replies 133,117 Views 1 Thank

Farming Chitchat 10/10

Well Sir Knight. And Mrs Knight

1 day, 8 hours in Farming & Forestry by greysides 2,311 Replies 132,200 Views 1 Thank

Reasons calf would be abandoned

Mod: I think the questions have been answered and can see no good coming of leaving it running. Thank you everyone for your answers

1 day, 8 hours in Farming & Forestry by greysides 59 Replies 2,826 Views 9 Thanks

Dead calf.

Just leave her alone

1 day, 9 hours in Farming & Forestry by greysides 16 Replies 1,290 Views 2 Thanks

Let's talk suckler cow mastitis......

AHI are running a Cell Check TASAH with the intent of providing dairy farmers with veterinary advice about SCCs and the Dry Period. Where suitable some farmers may be given an independent go-ahead to try test sealer only. The requirements include SCCs in check over the year, individual cow selection

6 days in Farming & Forestry by greysides 33 Replies 1,062 Views

Jeep tyre pressure

30. LWB LandCruiser

6 days, 1 hour in Farming & Forestry by greysides 6 Replies 57 Views

Shaving backs and pour on

Never heard of there being a problem. Checked the data sheet and there is no mention of any. https://www.norbrook.com/media/2589/pi-noromectin-pouron.pdf

1 week in Farming & Forestry by greysides 3 Replies 261 Views 1 Thank

Farming Chitchat 10/10

It will do. A snotty nose isn't too serious unless it moves deeper. I'd inject him for a few days myself but be keeping a close eye on him

3 weeks, 6 days in Farming & Forestry by greysides 2,311 Replies 97,447 Views 1 Thank

Spring 2020..... 1.5m Dairy calves.... discuss.

That reads like my Santa list

4 weeks in Farming & Forestry by greysides 750 Replies 49,909 Views

Farming Chitchat 10/10

Can't read the Vet article either but 'parasites' is a poor term to use. The relationship has to be more 'symbiotic'. The best farms I go to have two generations pulling together, maybe with some argy-bargy, where one provides enthusiasm/forward thinking and the other a repository of life-experienc

4 weeks in Farming & Forestry by greysides 2,311 Replies 95,000 Views 4 Thanks

Knowledge Transfer.....Money for the Boys

The view from the other side: Am I being naive in not thinking that a scheme entitled 'Knowledge Transfer' was purely an instrument to pass on money to participants and that the 'transfer of knowledge' bit was just clever disguise? It's a radical concept but, what if its whole raison d'etre was to

1 month in Farming & Forestry by greysides 16 Replies 1,336 Views 5 Thanks

What is the best jeep to buy?

Agreed

1 month in Farming & Forestry by greysides 272 Replies 36,303 Views 1 Thank

The Strike is over. What happens now?

Mod: Okay lads, let's cool this down a level. Don't make it personal

1 month in Farming & Forestry by greysides 746 Replies 35,909 Views

Compound bow repairs

Try Archery Shop Ireland, run by Keith Hanlon, based in Blessington

1 month, 3 weeks in Archery by greysides 2 Replies 7 Views