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APS BioAg
We challenge decades old beliefs about agricultural inputs by providing natural solutions to improve the health of your soil, plants and animals.
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James Bourke 5h
949kgs of milk solids and counting for this lady on her 3rd lactation. In calf to Praser for mid February, really excited to see what she'll do on the robotic system
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Robert Fleming Nov 23
Fresh break onto the Plantain and Clover
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Philip Reck Nov 22
How it started ———How it’s going. 2009 OM 6% ——— 2020 OM 9% Continuous Spring Barley Cover Crop. Land in cover crop 60% of that time.
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Base Ireland Nov 21
On behalf of members of I would like to thank for hosting us on Zoom. We hope we didn’t ask too many questions! It was a great learning experience for our members. will be a learning resource that farmers all over world can benefit from.
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Philip Reck Nov 21
We are responsible for our soils and crops we grow to maintain natural water infiltration. Streams should run clear.
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Base Ireland Nov 19
First evaluation of varieties on trial across our BASE sites yesterday, to assess establishment. Noticable differences between vigor of varieties and each of their abilities to deal with the different conditions that each trials site throws up.
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Philip Reck Nov 13
Real solutions not just anecdotes
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Ed Brown Nov 13
Plant health = human health
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APS BioAg Nov 12
Raw sewage from 35 towns and villages flows into our environment every day
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APS BioAg Nov 11
Replying to @Graiseconsult1
You tuned into this week? Had some fantastic Kiwi speakers on today including Nicole Masters
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The Masters Nov 10
From pond to pin! Rahm skips to a hole-in-one on No. 16 at
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The Manc Nov 8
"Should always believe a 5-year-old when he tells you 4 times alllll the animals are in the house" Wait for the donkeys... 😂😂
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Love Farming ltd Nov 10
Nearly all sheep onto turnips or covers crops now. Working with arable farmers is such a important part to my business. And benefits both parties.
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APS BioAg Nov 10
Fantastic to see this research carried out on pig diets. More research needed on Irish cereals and protein sources in ruminant diets
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Joel Williams Nov 9
Diversified agriculture enhances ecosystem services without compromising yield. ✅ biodiversity ✅ pollination ✅ pest control ✅ nutrient cycling ✅ soil fertility ✅ water regulation ✅ yield (based on 5,188 studies with 41,946 comparisons)
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APS BioAg Nov 9
Replying to @Alanascottish
Schitts Creek :-(
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APS BioAg Nov 9
Who was sitting beside you when you typed that? 😋
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Joel Williams Nov 8
Last call for tickets to with this week. 5 days worth of great speakers and sessions, all for the bargain price of €50-€80. Sign up -->
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APS BioAg Nov 6
Replying to @tierney1981_t
Really cool sign that soils are heading in the right direction 👌
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APS BioAg Nov 6
Replying to @MarkMcC64572225
No difference at all! Works just as well
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