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Registration is now open for the fourth in our series of herbal leys webinars, taking place on 3 March.
The conference, on the subject of Multi-Species Swards, will take place online from Tuesday 2 March to Thursday 4 March
The South West Scotland Grassland Society held its annual silage competition in December
Two webinars, held in association with BSAS and SMT, will be held in early 2021, covering the science, policy and practice in relation to biodiversity in UK grasslands.
Cheshire Grassland Society held their first meeting of Autumn 2020 online.
Forty-four members attended via Zoom.
Soil analysis from over 125,000 samples, submitted by the Professional Agricultural Analysis Group, have been collated into this report.
Focusing on grazing strategies with lower inputs and the resulting benefits eg. sward species diversity and improved animal health.
The third of our panel discussions entitled ‘ Considerations beyond the price tag’ will cover environmental and financial aspects of using herbal leys.
Examining the current role and the future potential of precision livestock farming and sensing techniques in extensive systems.
The conference, entitled ‘Farming in the Extremes’ will take place online (via Zoom) on 2 December 2020, with farmer case studies and panel discussions.