Liz Brown began her career on 28 June 1971 as a milk recorder for what was the Scottish Milk Marketing Board. Over the 50 years, Liz has worked closely with numerous dairy farms a
Johne’s Action Group see's full support for the new Johne’s Tracker which will provide vets and farmers with a powerful tool for interpreting Johne’s test results.
Neospora Caninum is a protozoan parasite that is an important infectious cause of weak calves and abortion in cattle.
Third-generation farmer David Struthers runs two family dairy herds, with his father, in Lanarkshire.
An inspiration to the next generation is Paul Cashmore who farms a council holding in Staffordshire.
Testing milk samples from dairy cows will help pinpoint the high cell count cows in the herd to avoid milk buyer penalties.