Peak & mating package

Can you afford to let this predicted $6.50+ payout slide by with average cow performance and reproduction results similar to last year?

What would an improvement in these areas mean for your farm?

Comprehensive Advice and Planning to:

Optimize the peak production and reproduction potential of your herd

Milkmap is pleased to offer a short term nutritional, mineral and pasture management package to help your farm capitalise on this predicted payout.

This package will deliver an comprehensive nutritional, mineral and pasture management plan that is specific to your situation and farm goals. You will have a consultant visit your farm to discuss the challenges, goals, and strategies that can be implemented heading forward. Following the visit you will receive a comprehensive report and sensitivity analysis. Another 2 visits will ensure that the animals are performing as expected and mating is gearing up, and going smoothly.

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