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

  • profit margins will increase

This page aims to group together Grassland Management activity undertaken through the Farming Connect programme.

| News
Welsh livestock farm plans feed budget now to avoid winter fodder deficit
11 August 2022   Drawing up a feed budget has allowed a Powys livestock farm to make…
| News
Minimum tillage shown to boost ryegrass content in permanent pasture
10 August 2022   Using min-till to establish a multi-species sward in permanent pasture has…
| Publications
FC - Issue 40 - July/August 2022
Below is the 40th issue of Farming Connect’s technical publication for farmers and foresters in…
| Podcasts
Episode 67 - Forage based regenerative farming with Marc Jones at Trefnant Hall, Welshpool
In this episode our Red Meat Technical Officer Lisa Roberts revisit's Marc Jones and his family at…
| Technical Articles
Biodiversity and Technology
8 July 2022   Dr David Cutress: IBERS, Aberystwyth University.   Biodiversity…
| Dashboards
Land: December 2021 – March 2022
This dashboard outlines land key activity undertaken across the Farming Connect programme between…


1 Sep 2022
Cefnllan Open Day: Grassland Management, Sucklers to Dairy Beef
Llangamarch / Llangammarch Wells
Open day showcasing project results at Cefnllan demonstration...
6 Sep 2022
Control of Agricultural Pollution Regulations - January 2023 Measures - what's new?
Rhuthun / Ruthin
The second phase of the regulations come into force...
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