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Efficacy of fenbendazole-medicated feed blocks against gastrointestinal nematode infections in calves.
Launched by the British Charolais Cattle Society and ruminant feed block manufacturer Rumenco, the Welsh Suckler Herd of the Year Award is open to all suckler producers in Wales using a registered Charolais sire, with a prize fund of pounds 4,000.
In addition to both conventional and organic feed, NQF's base at Easington, near Belford, also supplies mineral, feed blocks and liquid feeds.
Designed to hold anything from a single sheep to several feed blocks, one is already in use on Rhodri's Honda.
But if you can only use low quality hay or straw, ewes will also need access to feed blocks for protein and minerals.
Feed blocks, say manufacturers Rumenco, could help to accelerate hefting behaviour but in many areas in order to take maximum advantage farmers will have to work together.
It is consistent with our previously announced strategy to further the growth in our business through the acquisition of strategically located feed businesses and to develop new markets and distribution lines for our highly regarded line of low moisture feed blocks.
The severe US weather resulted in record sales of feed blocks, while also increasing recognition of the firm's brands.
The deal serves Carr's strategic plans of building own share of the low-moisture feed block market in the US, following continued growth and demand for its patented low moisture feed blocks in the US and all its markets, CEO Tim Davies said in a comment.
Designed to hold anything Continued from P1 from a single sheep to several feed blocks, one is already in use on Rhodri's Honda.
The new "Badger Beater" feeder enables feed blocks, buckets and tubs to be offered to cattle a metre above ground - the DEFRA-recommended badger-proof feeding height.
Dow's first licensee to build feed blocks was Johnson Plastics Machinery in Chippewa Falls, Wis.