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GDC articles for Gwlad

2014

  • Gwlad 124:  [>>]
    Setting up a rotation for extended grazing

  • Gwlad 123:  [>>]
    Improving grassland without ploughing on an organic farm

  • Gwlad 122:  [>>]
    Ryegrass varieties explained

  • Gwlad 121:  [>>]
    Why reseed?

2013

  • Gwlad:  [>>]
    Pre-cut analysis to improve silage quality

  • Gwlad 115:  [>>]
    Farming Connect demonstration farm focus: Grazing for Profit

2012

  • Gwlad 110:  [>>]
    The benefits of High Sugar Grasses

2011

  • Gwlad 105:  [>>]
    Project seeks to help sheep farmers maximise returns

2010

  • Gwlad 100:  [>>]
    Farming can be part of the climate change solution

  • Gwlad 98:  [>>]
    Are your animals better out than in?

  • Gwlad 97:  [>>]
    Guidelines to make good red clover silage

  • Gwlad 96:  [>>]
    Renewed interest in oats as a high value feed

  • Gwlad 95:  [>>]
    Improving silage quality in an oranic system

  • Gwlad 94:  [>>]
    Continuous stocking or rotational grazing?

2009

  • Gwlad 90:  [>>]
    Healthy soils:  the gold beneath our feet

  • Gwlad 89:  [>>]
    Project Legume LINK will look at the ideal legume mixture

  • Gwlad 89:  [>>]
    Keeping home grown cereals cost effective

  • Gwlad 89:  [>>]
    Organic seeds of success?

  • Gwlad 83:  [>>]
    Self sufficiency: fact or fiction?

  • Gwlad 81:  [>>]
    Harvesting willow does have its problems

  • Gwlad 80:  [>>]
    How to get grass response when using less fertiliser

2008

  • Gwlad 79:  [>>]
    Oats are a good cereal option for many organic farmers

  • Gwlad 78:  [>>]
    Improving efficiency: FWGS conference topic

  • Gwlad 78:  [>>]
    Managing slurry during current wet weathr conditions

  • Gwlad 76:  [>>]
    Start to plan now for autumn grazing and winter feeding

  • Gwlad 76:  [>>]
    On-farm Tir Gofal training

  • Gwlad 75:  [>>]
    Good soil management can help offset higher fertiliser costs

  • Gwlad 74:  [>>]
    Grass research could soon end reliance on petrochemicals

  • Gwlad 73:  [>>]
    Is your grass short of sulphur?

  • Gwlad 73:  [>>]
    Slurry analysis helps farmers with fertiliser decisions

  • Gwlad 72:  [>>]
    Welsh researchers to help farmers in drought prone regions

  • Gwlad 72:  [>>]
    Spring into action and plan for better grassland

  • Gwlad 71:  [>>]
    Does organic conversion improve biodiversity?

  • Gwlad 71:  [>>]
    How to survive the higher fertiliser prices

  • Gwlad 70:  [>>]
    Breeding forages for the future

  • Gwlad 70:  [>>]
    FWGS conference: focus on impact of bioenergy on agriculture

  • Gwlad 69  [>>]
    Farmers can benefit from growing energy crops

2007

  • Gwlad 68:  [>>]
    Replacing value of grazing lost to thistle infestation is very costly

  • Gwlad 67:  [>>]
    Fodder crops for finishing lambs

  • Gwlad 66:  [>>]
    Topical grassland questions to assist grassland farmers

  • Gwlad 65:  [>>]
    The pros and cons of big bale and clamp silage

  • Gwlad 64:  [>>]
    Stable silage targets for farmers to aim at

  • Gwlad 63:  [>>]
    Grass monitoring for silage quality

  • Gwlad 63:  [>>]
    Selecting the right seeds mixture

  • Gwlad 62:  [>>]
    Project provides winter management help for livestock farmers

  • Gwlad 62:  [>>]
    The future's bright, the future's green!

  • Gwlad 61:  [>>]
    Trials pinpoint substantial fertiliser savings

  • Gwlad 60:  [>>]
    Chicory for finishing lambs

  • Gwlad 60:  [>>]
    What a difference a season makes

2006

  • Gwlad 59:  [>>]
    SSoils are a valuaboe asset and need to be looked after

  • Gwlad 58:  [>>]
    Why it's so important to work out your forage costs

  • Gwlad 57:  [>>]
    Research tackles challenge of organic seed production