European Innovation Partnership (EIP) Wales Projects

EIP Wales is providing funding to 46 projects from across Wales which are trialling innovative techniques and technologies at a practical level within farming and forestry businesses. There are over 200 farmers and foresters involved in our projects, and each group is also made up of a variety of different people, from advisers, researchers, businesses and NGOs. By bringing people together with different expertise it creates a great opportunity to draw from different experiences, introduce new ideas and use the latest knowledge to tackle problems. Our role is to share the results with the industry so others can also benefit from these projects. 

Below you will find European Innovation Partnership (EIP) projects that are related to dairy.

Pasture for pollinators

Innovation Broker: Tony Little (ADAS)

Night milk - assessing the reliability and economic benefit

Innovation Broker: Russell Thomas (Kite Consulting)

Electrophysical Dock Control

Innovation Broker: Will John (ADAS)

Investigation of the effect of contrasting dairy production systems in West Wal…

Innovation Broker: Jeremy Bowen Rees (Landsker Business Solutions)

Foliar feed for grassland

Innovation Broker: Tony Little (ADAS)

Managing dairy ewes to produce a better outcome for cheese production

Innovation Broker: Geraint Hughes (Landsker Business Solutions)

Targeted approach for selective dry cow management decision making

Innovation Broker: Neil Blackburn (Kite Consulting)

Maximising udder health for improved herd performance through dynamic testing

Innovation Broker: Jeremy Bowen Rees (Landsker Business Solutions)

Improving fertility and also calving rates of dairy herds in South West Wales t…

Innovation Broker:  Jeremy Bowen Rees (Landsker Business Solutions)