Thu, 09 Nov|
Cross House Farm
Dugdale Nutrition Roadshow - Cross Lane Farm
We are excited to host another Dugdale Nutrition Roadshow again this year, and welcome anyone who is interested to come to our Roadshow. This year’s Dugdale Nutrition Roadshow will take place over 3 days, in 3 different locations on the 7th, 8th and 9th of November 2023!
Time & Location
09 Nov 2023, 10:00 – 14:00
Cross House Farm, Smithy Ln, Claughton-on-Brock, Preston PR3 0GJ, UK
About the Event
The Dugdale Nutrition Roadshow will be held on Tuesday 7th, Wednesday 8th and Thursday 9th November. This event is for the third and last day, 9th Novemeber and it will be held at Cross House Farm, Smithy Ln, Claughton-on-Brock, Preston PR3 0GJ.
The speakers for this day will be:
I've worked as farm vet for 27 (!) years with a spell at Liverpool Uni as a lecturer in production animal medicine & surgery. Got RCVS Cert in Cattle Health & Production (2000) & Diploma in Bovine Reproduction (2001). Been working as a farm vet & director at Lanes Farm Vets since 2011 working with dairy, beef & sheep clients.
Regarding presentation: 'the effect of small changes to the transition period that impacted on fertility, health & production at Cross House Farm'.
Jonathan earned a First class BSc. (Hons) degree from the University of West of England before beginning his professional career as a dairy nutritionist in the South West of England. During this time he completed the industry Diploma in Ruminant Nutrition from Harper Adams University.
In 2013 Huxtable joined Zinpro as the Ruminant Sales Manager for the UK and Ireland and now oversees the entire ruminant business and recently was given the responsibility for growing ruminant business in Finland. He was recently awarded a M.Sc. in Ruminant Nutrition from Harper Adams University when he graduated in 2017. His expertise includes lameness and preventative strategies and has a keen interest in dairy mineral nutrition.
Every cow has the potential to be a great cow. It is the unfortunate events that occur during her life which will determine how much of her genetic potential she will express. The top 15% of cows give excess of 12,500kg, whilst the bottom 15% give less than 8,100kg. The impact of stress, trauma and disease will chip away at the genetic potential and eventually lead a potential great cow to become a below average cow. These cows are the ones that cause the most headaches and yield the least amount of profitability. By addressing management, environment, and nutrition we can stop Bad Things from Happening to Good Cows and give every cow the opportunity to be a great cow!.
Cargill - demonstrating the PoliSpec Cargill technology
Over 30 years experience in the ruminant sector, having qualified with a B.Sc (Honours) Animal Science & Nutrition degree from Aberdeen University. Having worked in both technical and commercial roles within the compound feed industry, currently Ruminant Technical Sales Manager with Cargill as part of the UK Ruminant Commercial Team supplying minerals, calf milk powders and speciality additives to Dugdale Nutrition.
Over 20 years’ experience in the ruminant sector with a wide variety of roles from technical, product management and marketing. Degree in Animal Science (Ruminant Nutrition) from University of Nottingham (UK). Has worked for a key global additive company and Europes largest compound feed producer before joining Cargill Animal Nutrition. Currently responsible for Cargill’s ruminant feed additives across Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Aled Lewis, 22 from Pembrokeshire SW Wales. Brought up on beef farm. Studying BSc Hons Agriculture at Harper Adams University in my 3rdyear of study (year of industry work placement). Thrilled to be a part of the Cargill team who took me on as an intern for my year of work placement as I have a keen interest in animal nutrition (particularly Ruminant nutrition). My role at Cargill involves a variety of work from Marketing, commercial on farm work or supporting the commercial and technical team at events.