17th May 2021 By
Milk producers could be losing out to the tune of £60/cow by not paying sufficient attention to the rumen fill of their dry cows.
Heat stress is a subject that is often talked about, but not always taken as seriously as necessary. Ashley Morris, senior TMS Assessor for Premier Nutrition has analysed d
Transition experts, Premier Nutrition, believe the benefits of two dry cow groups are huge and should be carefully considered, even on smaller farms.
17th May 2021 By Dr Donald Lawson
Monitoring and managing dry cow body condition scores and setting an ideal body condition target for the herd is critical to minimise the incidence of metabolic disease, say
12th May 2021 By
Premier Nutrition has launched an improved fresh cow recovery drink, containing a complete package of critical nutrients to support the cow’s needs and quickly g
25th Mar 2021 By Ralph Bishop
Feather cover of laying hens has become a key welfare indicator, but it’s been known for some years the impact feather cover can have on layer efficiency and the