Jul 04

A Visit to Yildiz Dairy Farm in Turkey

A Visit to Yildiz Dairy Farm in Turkey Cagatay Yildiz of Yildiz Dairy Farm - Turkey

Derya Demiralay and Emrah Tunay recently visited Yildiz Farm. In 2012, Yildiz Farm was established by Cagatay Yildiz in the Western Aegean Region. The farm has a capacity of 700 cows and 600 milking cows; currently there are 300 lactating cows at the farm. On the farm they have a 2 x 12 computerised milking system, cooling tanks with 6 and 2 tonnes volume of milk , a feed wagon of 8 m3 volume, 2 slurry pumps and scrapers.

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Jun 19

Maximizing the Inclusion of Forage in Rations

Maximizing the Inclusion of Forage in Rations

Feeding animals high rates of forage is an opportunity that many farms should consider. Those diets aim to take advantage of the cow’s biological ability to convert ingested fibre into high value products such as milk or meat. Both the quality and quantity of supplied forage are closely related to milk production, production costs and farms profits. In some herds, the process required to implement the model may take years because of the changes to be carried out in the productive structure of the farm.

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Jun 09

What was the impact of 2012's summer on dairy farming?

What was the impact of 2012's summer on dairy farming? Jenő Helembai

It appears that the fight against mycotoxins is not quite over in Hungary. Producers had serious issues with Aflatoxins. 2012 was extremely hot and temperatures regularly reached over 40 degrees.

Milyen hatásai vannak a 2012-es forró nyárnak a magyarországi szarvasmarhatarásra? Úgy tűnik, hogy a mikotoxinok elleni küzdelem nem ért véget Magyarországon. Ebben az évben a termelők az Aflatoxin ellen küzdöttek. A 2012-es év páratlanul meleg volt és több hullámban is 40 celsius fok fölé kúszott a hőmérő higanyszála.

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Jun 05

Making Strides in Sport Horse Nutrition at the Alltech Symposium

Making Strides in Sport Horse Nutrition at the Alltech Symposium
The diets of the Olympic sprinter and the long-distance runner vary because each athlete requires the nutritional intake to compete in different levels of sport. According to Veronique Julliand, an equine researcher at Agrosup Dijon in France, this logic also holds true for performance horses. In fact, the equine health industry is moving toward more targeted nutrition for specific levels of athleticism and activity, from the high-speed Thoroughbred to the persevering endurance Arabian.

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