Sarah joined Phepson Angus in March 2020. Sarah graduated from the University of Liverpool with a degree in Bioveterinary Science in 2016 and soon after joined the livestock department of a knowledge exchange organisation, working on 2 main work streams; ‘Responsible Antibiotic Use’, and ‘The Role of Sensors in Dairy Farming’. The position involved visiting and collating best practice on these topics across UK and European farms, followed by the creation and dissemination of resources through farmer workshops and media platforms.
Fertility is the number one predictor of profit in suckler cow systems. As input costs continue to rise we will need to reach optimum fertility rates within the bounds of what our environment can provide. Rob Havard from Phepson Angus will show how the teachings of Dr Jan Bonsma can help us understand the difference […]