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Bull Beef Production

Any discussion on concentrate feeding levels in winter must be in the context of an overall production system. This is particularly so nowadays with premia and other agri-environmental payments contributing so much of the profit margin. Thus, production systems must be designed to maximise the draw-down of direct payments, and feeding levels must then be designed to deliver these production systems.

01 March 2001
Type
Report
245KB
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Finishing Dairy Beef - Under 30 Months

Just over half of the 2.4 million Irish cows are kept for dairying purposes. Consequently, almost half of Irish beef output originates in the dairy herd.

01 March 2001
Type
Report
1,295KB
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Response in Beef Cattle to Concentrate Feeding in Winter

Any discussion on concentrate feeding levels in winter must be in the context of an overall production system. This is particularly so nowadays with premia and other agri-environmental payments contributing so much of the profit margin. Thus, production systems must be designed to maximise the draw-down of direct payments, and feeding levels must then be designed to deliver these production systems.

01 March 2001
Type
Report
176KB
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Teagasc Research Programme 2001

The Teagasc medium-term plan, Teagasc 2000, provided the framework for the research programme to be implemented in the following years. This plan is relevant to the changing needs of the Irish agri-food industry, is market-led and designed to support Irish agriculture and food within the framework of Government policies and priorities. In particular, the plan underpins national objectives for the agri-food sector as enunciated in general terms in the National Development Plan 2000-2006 and specifically in the Productive Sector Operational Programme

01 January 2001
Type
Event Proceeding