22nd July 2020
As we know, grass is an economic feed source and can be a good nutritional feed source for rearing youngstock. It must be carefully planned and budgeted to be beneficial; economically and to reach targets.Read More
All our ewe and lamb feeds are developed to combine the correct levels of energy and protein with appropriate levels of minerals and vitamins to optimise ewe performance and milk yield, lamb growth rates and sheep health.
NWF EWE FEED RANGE
NWF LAMB FEED RANGE
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NWF OLYMPIAN FEED RANGE – For Pedigree & Show Livestock
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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 for your flock 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.
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In addition to compounds and blends, NWF Agriculture supplies a comprehensive range of associated products for ewes, rams and lambs. From milk powders to minerals we offer products to support the health, production and growth rates of your flock.
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 flock.
Whatever your farming system we provide expert advice and solutions to help farm businesses
10th July 2020
Regardless of breed or location, all UK dairy farmers have one thing in common: the need to provide their animals with grass to eat, whether grazed or silaged. In dairy production, where margins are incredibly tight, high quality grass can be the key to profitability – so keeping a constant supply in front of livestock makes sound financial sense. Essential to the production of milk, grass is a cost effective form of feed that can be utilised all year round – in spring and summer by grazing livestock; and in winter as silage.Read More
19th June 2020
Sheep farmers face a number of choices when it comes to managing how their animals graze grass. Typically, grassland growth rates should determine how long grass should be grazed and rested for and will therefore have a bearing on the grazing method chosen. Growth rates are influenced by a number of factors including season, weather, soil structure and soil nutrients, and may vary from field to field, and even within individual fields – depending on size, geography and the stocking rate.Read More
Wednesday 7th October 2020
Bradley Pastures (DE6 1LP) and Hall Farm (DE6 1PG), Bradley, Ashboure
Visit the NWF trade stand and meet the team at the Brailsford Ploughing Match 2020 for information on our dairy, beef and sheep feed range and associated products.
Friday 30th October
Visit the NWF trade stand and meet the team at Borderway Agri Expo 2020 for information on our dairy, beef and sheep feed range and associated products.
NWF Staffordshire Farmer Meeting
NWF Cornwall Farmer Meeting
Myerscough Career Fair
NWF Academy Recruitment Day