Peter Hynes: Our new washing routine means the milking facility is the cleanest I’ve seen in years

Mother Nature decided on October 30th to stop grazing the cows for the year. The cows had been indoors at night and grazed during the day, but torrential rain made grazing conditions uncontrollable. Damage to the soil now would make spring grazing difficult when weather conditions are not favorable in late January.

As said, the growth has still been very good and it looks like we will carry a high cover of grass over the winter. The pregnant heifers are still grazing and seem content, as are the young heels. It has been extremely mild and the young heifers are healthier when grazing outside as they might get a bit too warm in the barn.

https://www.independent.ie/business/farming/dairy/dairy-advice/peter-hynes-our-new-wash-routine-means-the-milking-plant-is-the-cleanest-i-have-seen-it-in-years-42118157.html Peter Hynes: Our new washing routine means the milking facility is the cleanest I’ve seen in years

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