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Average Production for July 2013

Attached is a copy of the average production figures for July 2013. Also attached is a copy of the July 2012 v's July 2013. And as you can see, the wetter conditions have taken their effect on productivity and we as a group have been a little less (probably due to tight times) responsive in increasing intake of other fodder and concentrates, and as a result production is well down on last season. 

All that aside however the season is shaping up well, with the pastures now starting to grow pretty well, our challenge being to get the cows calved intakes increased as rapidly as we possibly can in order to take full advantage of the season ahead.

Average Monthly production july 2013

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