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NWF Agriculture feeds one in six dairy cows in the UK
supplying compounds, blends and associated products.

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Dairy Compounds & Blends

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compounds and blends

Today’s high yielding dairy cow requires precise feeding to ensure that yield and milk quality are optimised, that she gets back in calf quickly and that she has minimal health problems during lactation. She then needs to be prepared for the next lactation.

Dairy compounds continue to offer significant advantages to farmers whether you:

  • operate a simple system based on compound as the only supplement to forage
  • use out of parlour feeders to target specific cows
  • feed a small amount to supplement a TMR diet.

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The use of blends in ruminant systems can offer significant benefits to farmers looking to feed their livestock a nutritionally balanced, cost-effective diet, while reducing the overall costs of feeding their stock.  We can formulate specific blends making use of a wide variety of top quality raw materials, sourced from around the world which are then accurately blended together in our fully UFAS approved facilities.

  • Only one feed to store
  • Only one product to mix in the diet
  • Better consistency of feeding
  • Reduced cost of putting feed in front of stock
  • Time and labour saving
  • Accurate inclusion of minerals etc, in the blend

Blends offer the flexibility of straights yet have the requirement of only one storage bin. NWF’s bespoke formulations mean our feed specialist can provide a tailor made feed plan, unique to each of our customers.

NWF Blends can be manipulated to carry a range of feed supplements including:

  • High specification minerals
  • Buffers, yeast and mycotoxin binders
  • Protected proteins such as Ultra Pro R or Ultra Soy, or Optigen
  • Bypass starch such as Ultra Starch W
  • HF Booster Pack – (Vitamin A, D3 & E, Chelated Zinc & Selenium, and Biotin)

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Our national team of feed specialists can help you find the perfect blends for you business,

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YOUNGSTOCK BLENDS
We have a comprehensive range of standard blends that are tailored for healthy youngstock growth. Correct nutrition in the early years is vital for efficient performance in the milking cow and beef animal.

YOUNGSTOCK FEEDS
NWF have a comprehensive range of feeds to suit any age of Youngstock, available as pellets or nuts. Formulated using quality raw materials the diets support growth from an early age.

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NWF ASSOCIATED PRODUCTS

In addition to compounds and blends, NWF Agriculture supplies a comprehensive range of associated products to help maximise herd production and health. From milk powders to minerals we offer products to support and enhance milk production, calving and health.

The range includes products to support forage production with a wide portfolio of seed, fertiliser and silage additives.   Our advice and technical services offer the additional support required to ensure you are growing the best quality forage, harvested at the right time and fed in conjunction with ration plans for your herd.

County S1 Range

The 60° cone on the S1 silos has been designed with pelleted products and whole grains in mind, allowing them to discharge freely from the silo into a bag, barrow or conveyor whilst ensuring that feed is stored in the optimum condition for your animals.

• Volumes from 6.7m3 to 54.3m3
• Galvanised or Plasteel™ (Plastic coated galvanised steel) construction
• Smooth internal walls
• Pressure relief valve
• AutoVent
• FloView™ SafetyClean panel
• External, lockable filler pipe
• Heavy-duty top filler bend (5mm wall thickness)
• Independent exhaust pipe
• Level indicators
• Crane lifting points
• Galvanised support structure designed to Eurocode 1, Part 1-4
• Clearance under cone plate:
– 800mm for conveyor discharge
– 1300mm for gate valve slide unit
• Discharge aperture: 400mm diameter

County T1 Range

The T1 Silo with a 60° cone lends itself ideally to storing free-flowing pelleted products or wholegrains. Fill bags, barrows and conveyor systems or for additional versatility from this three-legged silo, add extra leg length and utilise the multi-position chute to discharge easily and directly into your snacker, front end loader or barrow.

• Volumes from 6.7m3 to 22.9m3
• Galvanised or Plasteel™ (Plastic coated galvanised steel) construction
• Smooth internal walls
• Pressure relief valve
• AutoVent
• FloView™ SafetyClean panel
• External, lockable filler pipe
• Heavy-duty top filler bend (5mm wall thickness)
• Independent exhaust pipe
• Level indicators
• Crane lifting points
• Galvanised support structure designed to Eurocode 1, Part 1-4
• Clearance under cone plate:
– 1300mm for gate valve slide unit
– 2200mm for multi-position chute
• Discharge aperture: 400mm diameter
• CE Marked

County HS5 Range

The HS5 is a unique silo designed with a 90/50 side discharge cone to quickly and easily fill mixer wagons eliminating the need for augers. This exclusive design provides excellent mass feed flow for all materials whilst ensuring feed is stored in the optimum condition for your animals.

• Volumes from 12.8m3 to 46.7m3
• Galvanised or Plasteel™ (Plastic coated galvanised steel) construction
• Smooth internal walls
• Pressure relief valve
• AutoVent
• FloView™ SafetyClean panel
• External, lockable filler pipe
• Heavy-duty top filler bend (5mm wall thickness)
• Independent exhaust pipe
• Level indicators
• Crane lifting points
• Galvanised support structure designed to Eurocode 1, Part 1-4
• Standard clearance under chute: 2.8m

Our specialist team are always on hand to help with any enquiries you may have

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Technical Services

NWF FEEDS ARE BACKED BY OUR EXTENSIVE
TECHNICAL SERVICES TO ENSURE YOUR LIVESTOCK
PERFORM TO THEIR POTENTIAL

Profitable beef production depends on maximising growth rates and carcase composition at all stages of the production cycle from the calf through to the finished animal. Whatever your production system, NWF beef compounds can help you get the best from your animals

To constantly supply the correct product we need to understand the market you are supplying, suggest the best animals and systems for these markets, and then produce optimal rations to deliver cost- effective feed conversion to give maximum returns based on the EUROP carcass classification, boost fertility and maintain health.

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Whatever your farming system we provide expert advice and solutions to help farm businesses

Winter Feeding Management

16th November 2020

Lower ambient temperatures during the Winter months increase calf energy requirements as they use more energy to maintain body temperature.Calves less than three weeks of age are the most vulnerable to changes in temperature, so when it gets cold outside, it is vital to have a strategy in place to help support calf performance.

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Attention to detail with beef systems

2nd November 2020

The importance of management and attention to detail in specific areas of any beef system can have significant benefits to business profitability.  As with any business there are some key factors that contribute to success more so than others. Feeding according to home grown resources, animal type and breed, and preparing a carcass to meet the requirements for the end market are well known points within the beef sector. However, attention to age of first calving, early life calf growth, genomics and specific nutritional variations for different growth stages are key parameters that can be overlooked.

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Winter Feeding Options

15th October 2020

Despite experiencing both droughts and floods in the same summer, feedback from customers and trends have suggested that most dairy units have achieved 3 cuts, with 4th on the way and in some cases a 5th. Whilst a low yielding 1st cut usually points towards a leafy wet silage, this year’s averages as shown in NWF’s own laboratory data, table below, are uncharacteristically dry which will be very positive when it comes to utilising that quality.

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NWF Youngstock Bulletin Edition 2

The NWF Agriculture Youngstock Bulletin Edition 2, provides up-to-date information, advice and more to UK farmers. In this edition, we talk about the importance of quality colostrum, NWF milk replacers, youngstock compounds & blends, calf rearing myths, along with top tips and advice on maximising your youngstock profitability.

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Autumn 2020 Newsletter

The NWF Autumn 2020 newsletter features articles on Cow Signals®, Dry cows, Tupping, Minerals, the NWF Youngstock team, along with feeding options this Winter for your herd and flock.

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NWF Beef Bulletin Edition 1

In this first edition of the NWF Beef Bulletin, it features articles on rearing youngstock, NWF beef compounds, breeding, feed efficiency & milk replaces. In this first edition, we have partnered with Cogent Breeding & AB Vista.

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NWF Dairy Bulletin Edition 1

In this first edition of the NWF Dairy Bulletin, it features articles on grazing management, NWF blends, combatting heat stress, reseeding and minerals.

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NWF Youngstock Bulletin Edition 1

In this first edition of the NWF Youngstock Bulletin, you’ll meet the new NWF Youngstock Specialists along with articles featuring on Youngstock Blends, Milk Powders, our innovation TechMix range, along with advice, procedures and data collection.

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Spring 2020 Newsletter

The NWF Spring 2020 newsletter features articles on protected feeds, top tips for great silage, 2020 NWF grass seed mixtures, TechMix, TechniPaks, NWF Blends, Milk Replacers & how to boost rumen health.

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NWF Sheep Bulletin Edition 1

This first edition of the NWF Sheep Bulletin features articles on how to get the best form your flock this season, our Ultra Lamb Milk Replacer along with a guest article written by the veterinary surgeon, Sarah Haker of Farm Gate Vets.

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Autumn 2019 Newsletter

The Autrumn edition of the NWF Newsletter features articles on how the practical impacts on protected feeds, What does transition really cover, Rationing Ewes and Autumn event dates.

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Spring 2019 Newsletter

The Spring 2019 edition of the NWF Newsletter features articles on considerations for feeding with low forage stocks, new coarse calf feeds, Techmix products, grass mixtures and why use molasses.

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Spring/Summer 2018 Newsletter

The NWF Spring/Summer 2018 newsletter features articles on Forage Quality, Rearing your Future Herd, Precision Blending and Beef Outlook.

Spring/Summer 2017 Newsletter

Our Spring/Summer 2017 edition of NWF News features articles on tackling coccidiosis, cubicles getting comfort right, The Blackcombe Herd, Calf Rearing plus our events calendar.

Winter 2016 Newsletter

The NWF Winter 2016 edition of the newsletter features articles on Dunbia tour, new production site at Bilsborrow, NutriOpt and minerals for beef plus customer stories.

Spring 2016 Newsletter

The NWF Spring 2016 newsletter features articles on robots and what to consider, maintaining milk solids, dry cow management at grass and the acquisition of Jim Peet Agriculture.

Autumn 2015 Newsletter

The NWF Autumn 2015 newsletter features 12 pages of articles including technical insight on feed efficiency, recipes for dry period success, new LifeStart programme and simple changes for the future.

Summer 2015 Newsletter

Our Summer bumper issue of NWF News features 16 pages of news including articles on building strengths for the future, focus on summer grazing, beating heat stress and fertility focus to boost margins.

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