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Our July / August newsletter covers the benefits of synchronised breeding in cattle and pre-tupping advice.
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Covering COVID-19, problems to watch out for, and an important change to drug withdrawal of Alamycin LA.
Read our May 2020 Farm Newsletter
This winter has proved difficult for many farmers, with cell counts and mastitis problems.
Read our March 2020 Dairy Newsletter
Happy New Year to you all from the KFE Team!
Read our January 2020 Farm Newsletter
The majority of you will have housed your milking herd before now but may still have young stock or dry cows out at grass for a few more weeks.
Read our December 2019 Dairy Newsletter
Happy Christmas to you all from the KFE Team!
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Back in September we held a talk on management of the transition cow.
Read our November 2019 Dairy Newsletter
With the winter months just around the corner, now is the time to start planning for winter housing.
Read our November 2019 Farm Newsletter
It’s that time of year again where the majority of milk buyers that have signed up to the National Johnes Management plan need to have their farmers Johnes declaration signed.
Read our September 2019 Dairy Newsletter
You may have heard recently that the testing intervals in TB high risk areas (HRA) is changing.
Read the September 2019 Farm Newsletter
Welcome to our dairy focused newsletter for the proactive dairy farmer
Read the August 2019 Dairy Newsletter
Welcome to our new dairy focused newsletter for the proactive dairy farmer
Read our July 2019 Dairy Newsletter
It was lovely to see so many of you at this year’s Royal Cornwall Show, again this year we were there as the official show vet and had a busy few days.
Read the July 2019 Farm Newsletter
Royal Cornwall 2019 is just around the corner and we are super excited to be the Show Vets again this year!
Read the May 2019 Newsletter
Happy Easter to you all from Kernow Farm and Equine!
Read our April 2019 Newsletter
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