After what has been an extremely challenging spring on both man and beast, now is not the time to be compromising your dairy cow with breeding season upon us. Southern Milling Ltd are brand leaders for high quality dairy feeds. Our broad range of consistently, top...read more
With calving 2018 nearly upon us, Dairy farmers should remember it is vital that freshly calved cows are fed a high energy ration to meet their dietary requirements. Consideration should also be given to silage quality and quantities and that grassland is wetter than normal for those who intend to turnout cows post calving.
Here at Southern Milling we recommend our Milkosol 18 dairy nut:read more
Benefits of achieving 2 year old calving
Increased number of lactations and lifetime production
Reduced cost of production
Reduced replacement rate
Maintain compact calving
Call in to our Southern Milling stand to say hello if your visiting the National Dairy Show in Millstreet on October 21st.read more
Trials have shown a good response from finishing cattle at grass by supplementing with 2.5-3 kg of meal per day — if excellent quality grass is available at all times.read more
Get the best performance from grazed grass this season by feeding either SUPERGRAZE or BREEDER SUPREME nuts .
Support butterfat and protein % when grazing lush, leafy swards this season with Southern Milling’s high fertility feeds containing ActiSaf.read more
Actifor Boost included which has been shown in independent trials to increase milk protein % and milk yield. Actifor Boost has also being shown to reduce blood urea levels which improves fertility.read more
The high energy content of the ration derived from maize, barley, wheat and digestible fibre sources allow high levels of carcass gain to be achieved.read more
Increased meal feeding in late lactation has the benefits of prolonging the grazing season, improving cow condition score, maintaining milk volume and keeping lactose levels higher.
With the above mentioned in mind, We at Southern Milling are promoting our Lacto 16 Dairy Nut.
Trials have shown a good response from finishing cattle at grass by supplementing with 2.5-3 kg of meal per day — if excellent quality grass is available at all times.
However, if excellent quality is not available, it will be necessary to feed up to 6 kg/day to heavy heifers or steers that are close to finish.read more