News from Scarsdale Farm
Genomic testing is changing the way we make management, selection and breeding decisions on farm. Read our case study one year on from launching our Clarifide genomics package for farmers.
Earlier this summer, vets Robert and Emily went along with four of our beef farmer clients to a ‘Live to Dead’ event run by AHDB. Find out more about the day.
We attended UK Dairy Day on Wednesday 13th September, where Carolyn was calf painting in the external demonstration zone. Read what we got up to!
We are holding 2 Macmillan Coffee Mornings on 29th & 30th September. Pop along for tea, coffee, cake and more! Find out more!
You are invited to attend our beef benchmarking meeting at 7.30pm on Wednesday 11th October. Call 01332 294929 to book your place.
The cause of bovine ITN is currently unknown and research into this disease is essential. We explain how you can help AHDB Dairy & The University of Liverpool with their research.
Planning ahead for winter housing now can save you time and money in the long run. Follow Emily Sycamore’s tips
Blindness is fairly uncommon in cattle, but it can occur for several reasons. Vicki Rhodes explains the common causes of cattle blindness
We’d like to draw your attention to a recent outbreak of lameness in a group of 100 nine-month-old beef calves in Scotland. Read the full story.
Safety should always be top priority when handling cattle. Follow Sue Ivings’ tips to help avoid unnecessary stress for you and your cattle at TB testing times