Beef

Cows

Year on year, the Farm Business Survey shows a marked difference between the most and least efficient beef enterprises in Wales. 
Paying attention to every detail, from breed choice and health to feeding and fertility can make a big difference to the bottom line.


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Animal Health

Managing and controlling disease and ensuring animal health and welfare is the most effective way to maintain or increase productivity from livestock. 

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Grassland Management

Grazed grass is the cheapest and most efficient form of feed on the farm. If you manage it well: production and utilization of grass could be increased significantly, inputs can be decreased, production costs can be reduced and profit margins will increase

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Projects

On-farm projects and trials focus on, the integration of new technology and/or new approaches to management. Raising standards of on-farm efficiency by decreasing inputs and increasing outputs with the aim of looking at ways to increase profitability

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Advice

Our Advisory Service provides expert, independent, confidential and bespoke advice to farm and forestry businesses

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Mentoring

Matching experienced farm and forestry mentors with mentees, providing 15 hours of one-to-one support to help you meet business, technical and business objectives

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Group support

Join like-minded business people, to discuss challenges, consider opportunities and find new or improved ways of working

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Skills & Training

Develop your skills, develop your confidence- you’ll soon find new ways to develop your business


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