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Ingesting frozen feed Sudden death

Ingesting frozen feed Sudden death

!Bacterial Redwater Liver damage Treatment of individual cases of clostridial disease is difficult and often unsuccessful despite the best efforts of farmers and vets. Preventative vaccines such as Covexin are the best remedy and provide cheap insurance against the loss of valua
03 April 2002 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Moving cattle to grass

Moving cattle to grass

When moving cows to fresh grass always provide anti-tetany measures. e.g. Magnesium in water or feed or bullit form and herd regularly. If cattle moved to grass are intended to be finished early the meal feeding should be done e.g. 2 kgs/day. Where grass is scarce and cows are s
03 April 2002 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
your Plant veggies now

your Plant veggies now

APRIL is the ideal time to plant some tasty garden veggies, the secret to lots of pickings throughout summer is to pick little and often. Plant 12 to 24 plants every two to three week's from now right up until early autumn, this will ensure plenty of regular vegetables from june
03 April 2002 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Some of the best

Some of the best

Blueberry' bluecrop is an excellent early variety with large fruit of excellent flavour. This variety is vigorous and ideal for the larger garden. Blueberry ' Berkeley ' will give you mid season fruit of a super large size with matching flavour. This variety will cover a larger
03 April 2002 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
lIIGARDENERS WORLD wrrif PARAIC HORKAN N.D.H.

lIIGARDENERS WORLD wrrif PARAIC HORKAN N.D.H.

Blueberries love the mild wet weather in the west of Ireland and require a lime free soil to grow well. Choose a site in full sun in a shelter section of the garden add plenty of farmyard manure and peat to create the ideal conditions. Horkys tip: Feed blueberries throughout the
03 April 2002 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 

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ARTICLES WANTED

ARTICLES WANTED

URGENTLY REQUIRED: All classes of old furniture, preferably fifty years old or more; also brass and iron bedsteads, old kitchen presses and all classes of old delph. House clearance: cash paid before items removed. Contact: F. Maughan, Boynamham, Farm, Kiladeas, Enniskillen. Tel
03 April 2002 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SLIGO GRAMMAR SCHOOL School's parade float project an outstanding success

SLIGO GRAMMAR SCHOOL School's parade float project an outstanding success

Reporters: Seamus Bannon, Sandra Henry, Eanna Lynch ST. PATRICK'S DAY FLOAT: As part of the Halo Halo to Mooncake Europe-Asian project that S.GS. are taking part in, the T.Y. students decided to get involved in the St. Patrick's Day parade. For the project each country taking pa
03 April 2002 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
Sean Falon

Sean Falon

03 April 2002 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
STEP 2:

STEP 2:

The Environmental Review This step involves the school examining its environmental impact in order to identify targets for action and improvement. Examples: ♦ Use energy efficient light-bulbs. ♦ Compost organic waste generated within the school grounds e.g grass clippings, fruit
03 April 2002 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
FAI lICI s r 1 L WO New album and extensive tour marks new chapter in Tommy's career

FAI lICI s r 1 L WO New album and extensive tour marks new chapter in Tommy's career

New album and extensive tour marks new chapter in Tommy's career By JIM GRAY When you've spent three and a half months with a cage wrapped around your head as a result of an horrific car accident and then another three months as a Goal volunteer working with malnourished children
03 April 2002 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland