Winter crop costly if not done right

Rural Exchange 21/04/2018

It’s important to assess stock mineral deficiencies as farmers begin to start feeding winter crop.

If crop yields and supporting forages don’t fill out the feed budget – what are a farmer’s options?

Paul Sharp from Seales Winslow told Rural Exchange that the first step is to assess how much of each crop you’ve actually got.

If crop yields are less than expected, don’t fret. Mr Sharp details the next steps to take to ensure stock get the minerals they need for peak production. 

Watch the full interview with Paul Sharp above.

Animal nutrition is a regular feature on REX, thanks to the experts at Seales Winslow. If you have any questions or want to find out more, visit their website.

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