Story and photos by: Karen Trebilcock There are now more than a hundred catchment groups throughout the country, and if you haven’t got one in your area that you can join, maybe it’s time you began thinking about starting one yourself. Catchment groups get all farmers in an area together – not just dairy and...
Story and photos by: Karen Trebilcock So it’s spring (almost) and the grass is growing...
Story and photos by: Karen Trebilcock Following the Government’s Winter Grazing Taskforce report, extra care...
Story and photos by: Karen Trebilcock So your dad is getting grumpier as each year...
Karen Trebilcock We know we are not perfect, but we do wish our cows were....
Karen Trebilcock Another year and, without a doubt, another new set of government and local...
Story and photos by: Karen Trebilcock We all know what we need – three good...
Karen Trebilcock When things go wrong on a dairy farm, they usually go wrong in...
Karen Trebilcock So you’ve been contacted by a journalist for a comment – what do...
Karen Trebilcock Mastitis is arguably our most common disease dealt with on dairy farms and...
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