We are open for business for the farming community. Farmers are an essential part of the agri food chain, therefore we are open to serve them all their essential farming inputs during this crisis. Farmers are the front line producer in the Irish food chain which is now, more than ever, essential to the people […]
We are now agents for XL Grain which is new to the Irish market. This product is supplied by Vitalac in France. This is an alkaline grain treatment products which can add significant value to your to your home grown cereals. XL Grain raises both the PH and the protein of the grain allowing you to feed a higher protein product at higher levels without increasing the risk of acidosis in your beef and dairy stock. Call your local advisor today.
Maximising forage on your Farm – Speakers Include: Stan Lalor (Grassland Agro) T.P Whelehan (Grassland Weed Control) Thouw Nutrition & Quinns Technical Reps.
All Welcome – on the farm event. May 9th 2018- May 15th 2018
The work done in March provides the foundations for this year’s harvest. Spring Cereals grow from seed to maturity in approximately 120 days and the old saying “well sown is half grown” is still as important as ever.
That product, fed in combination with Quinn’s 17% Calf Follow-On ration, has resulted in calves weaning two weeks earlier, at 10 weeks.
The time is fast approaching to sow spring crops for Harvest 2018. As always Quinns are stocking a wide range of cereal and bean varieties from the Department of agriculture recommended lists. It is important not only to choose the right crop but also the right variety for your farm.
Following the recent completion of an additional state of the art feed pelleting plant Quinns can now offer a comprehensive range of quality nuts alongside coarse rations. The new feed plant is accredited under the Universal Feed Assurance Scheme (UFAS) and all grain purchased is from Irish Grain Assurance Scheme (IGAS) approved growers.
Heifer Rearing – Key Targets and Planning, Replacement heifers are the future of every dairy herd. Now that we are in non-quota era, the long term nancial penalties of a poor heifer rearing programme are crippling. The net cost of rearing a replacement heifer on your farm is estimated to be approximately €1,500 per head by Teagasc. A heifer that calves down at 30 months will cost the farmer an extra €400 per head for that delay of 6 months, these costs spiral out of control when you start looking at multiples so therefore it’s important to keep to a rm plan.
Farm Safely – Please watch newly launched video sponsored by Quinn’s The independent agri merchants group Acorn (of which Quinns is a member) have sponsored a ‘Farm Safely’ video which was recently launched as a worthy initiative from CBS Roscommon. There are contributions by rugby player Sean O Brien and Michael Healy Rae (yes the […]