Once a Day Milking Conference15 January 2020 15 January 2020
Venue Horse and Jockey Hotel, County Tipperary
Once a Day Milking is sometimes considered as an option on farms where labour is in short supply, where farm layout means long walks for cows to and from the parlour or simply because reducing the number of milkings is attractive from a lifestyle perspective.
This event is aimed at dairy farmers and advisors interested in learning more about the Once a Day Milking option.
- Farmers perspective - Milking 800 cows once a day in two herds
Keith Davis, Gloucestershire, UK
- Physical and financial performance of Irish once a day dairy farmers in 2019
Brian Hilliard, Teagasc
- Results of year one of the Once a Day dairy herd trial at Teagasc Moorepark
Emer Kennedy, Teagasc
- Farmer perspective - Making the decision to go once a day, current performance and future plans for their 125 cow crossbred herd in Tipperary
Catherine & Liam Millerick
- Deciding on twice daily, once a day or robotic milk production systems - economic, lifestyle and financial outcomes
Patrick Gowing, Teagasc
Places are limited so register your place today
Conference fee: €30