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The smallest change in the dairy shed can improve milk quality and profitability and an efficient milking system is one where cows, facilities and people work in balance.
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A short-lived leafy herb with high feed value, chicory can be incorporated into a rotational grazing system through its active growing months.
Fodder beet is a root crop with a high yield potential.
Turnips are a brassica root crop commonly used as a fast-maturing single-graze crop to bridge a summer feed gap and maintain milk production.
Plantain is highly palatable to animals, establishes rapidly, is pest tolerant and has a high mineral content.