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Regenerative agriculture case studies

Jul 19, 2023 by Jeremy Toynbee

Share your experience, enable others Nothing beats seeing results and talking to fellow farmers and land managers who have already done something. The next best thing? Access to a bank of detailed regenerative agriculture case studies. We are developing a project to collate and deliver 300+ evidence driven regenerative agriculture case studies. They will augment […]

Smallholding: Grow your own vegetables – Asparagus

Apr 5, 2023 by Freelance

Grow your own vegetables is possible whether you have a back garden, or several acres. The fruits & vegetables in this series of articles are easy to grow in the UK climate, so even if you are a beginner, there is lots to try! Grow your own Vegetables – Asparagus Freshly-picked spears of asparagus is […]

Optimum Vitamin Nutrition for More Sustainable Poultry Farming

Mar 18, 2023 by Freelance

Contribution of vitamin nutrition to a more sustainable farming  ADDRESSING THE CHALLENGES OF TODAY AND TOMORROW  Today, well into the 21st century, the crucial issues relating to food production are changing. Key concepts such as productivity and efficiency continue to be of vital importance. Still, more and more, the emphasis is on the significance of […]

Gruel feeding as a management tool (Piglet Nutrition Notes Vol 2 – Chapter 1)

Feb 28, 2023 by Freelance

Gruel feeding as a management tool   Gruel feeding is a feeding management tool recommended for underprivileged piglets, mostly right after early weaning. This feeding method requires great attention to detail but pays dividends in speeding up the growth of small-for-age piglets. With gruel feeding we target the bottom 10–20% small-forage piglets in any weaning […]

Canine Behaviour in Mind – interview with the editor Suzanne Rogers

Oct 3, 2022 by Freelance

To celebrate the launch of Canine Behaviour in Mind, we asked the editor Suzanne Rogers a few questions about the book. In the interview below, Suzanne discusses how the book is different from other dog behaviour books, the target audience, the benefits of the book and the current challenges in dog and animal welfare.   […]

Veterinary ethical dilemmas

Apr 20, 2022 by Alessandro

As part of our recent ethical challenge run in April, we are now publishing the ethical dilemma faced by one of the participants plus a few extracts taken from Veterinary Ethics.   What is an ethical dilemma? Technically an ethical or moral dilemma occurs when there is a conflict between responsibilities or obligations of equal […]