C.A.H.L.

CAHL Ltd.
Tullow
Co. Carlow
Ireland

Tel:
+353 (0) 59 915 1251
Fax:
+353 (0) 59 915 1856
Mail:
cgibson@cahl.ie

Nutribio

Nutribio Ltd.
Tivoli Industrial Estate
Cork
Ireland

Tel:
+353 (0) 214 507 303
Fax:
+353 (0) 214 507 152
Mail:
orders@nutribio.ie

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CAHL and Nutribio offer a selection of advanced testing services.

COVID-19 – CAHG Business Update

COVID-19 – CAHG Business Update The Co-Operativ …

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Buffer Feeding

Buffer Feeding Rotational grazing gives greater …

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ImmuBoost Cryptoguard L

Complementary Feed for Pre-Weaned Calves

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ImmuBoost Cryptoguard

Complementary Feed for Pre-Weaned Calves

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Milk Recording Spring 2019

Milk Recording Spring 2019 The figures in the t …

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Spring 2019 – On Farm Issues

Calving is in full swing at present and the two issues standing out are clinical milk fever and ketosis.

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What’s in Your Grass

Grass is recovering in supply but is very green, the protein percent is high and the dry matter percent and sugar per cent is down. This is reflected in the milk lactose readings over the month of September as can be seen in Table 1 below.

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Managing Autumn Grass

In fertilising the grazing sward until close out it is important to not apply the 27 to 35 units per acre as straight nitrogen. This will result in protein readings of 22% to 27% which a significant excess of the requirements for 16 to 23 litres of milk per cow per day.

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Heat Stress Update

Heat Stress Update Over the past week temperatures have risen to 28ᵒC on farm. Cows are just lying down and not grazing in the afternoon resulting in a drop in dry matter intake and milk yield. The issue: the cows need shade, where cows are brought in at 2pm the observation is that cows are taking up to 20 minutes to cool down and then graze the buffer. Leave them have access to the cubicles to lie down and ruminate. They are grazing out their full buffer allocation, where they are brought in around 4 pm they are only grazing approximately 1/3 of buffer allocation before evening milking.

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