In the Press

Making a success of multi-cut As seen in British Dairying: Despite the challenges in 2018, one Cumbrian dairy farmer is convinced of the benefits on increasing grass silage
Forward planning needed to replenish low forage stocks As seen in Dairy Farmer: with extra forage production required to re-establish stocks and enable increased production from forage, Biotal technical support
Take control with forage As seen in British Dairying and Dairy Farmer: Biotal crop and condition specific inoculants deliver the high quality feed your cows need and
Reduce ammonia and make the most of slurry As seen in British Dairying: With the focus on ammonia emissions intensifying, two businesses in the south west are already taking steps
Act now to make the best use of slurry next spring As seen in Cow Management : Slurry should be seen as a valuable asset and not a waste material according to John Thomas
Late cut grass silages need to balance quality and quantity As seen in Western Morning News : From being seen as something of an added bonus, late cut grass has taken on a whole new
Ensuring maize stability this season As seen in South East Farmer : Making the most of maize will be crucial for achieving sufficient high quality forage this winter.
Fermented wholecrop will help ensure sufficient forage As seen in British Dairying : With first cut disrupted or delayed in many parts of the country, Biotal technical support manager Roy
Crimp cereals deliver fast-growing cattle A system based on big-bale silage and crimped barley is delivering growth rates of 1kg/day at a Cornish contract rearing unit. Eddie Moore from Pinklands