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Cowconomics: Boost Livestock Resilience, Improve Productivity & Save Money

25 April - 11:00 am to 3:00 pm

Cowconomics presents a new practical toolbox to address the farm cycle stress and pinch points.

Cowconomics presents a new practical toolbox to address the farm cycle stress and pinch points. This gives the farmer a new measure of control over fertility/birthing, mastitis, lameness, weather-related disease and man-made stresses such as weaning and travel.

Learn from experienced dairy, beef and sheep farmers how easy it is to implement Prevention Protocols on the farm and get ahead of common livestock health problems.

These toxin and residue-free solutions are suitable for all livestock species, they enhance health and improve productivity, and save you money, naturally.

Visit cowconomics.co.uk for more information.


Timings & refreshments:

11am – 3pm
Hot drinks and a pasty will be provided.


Farm location by kind permission of Jem Gladwell & Dave Snowden,

Oak Farm,

Tedburn St Mary

Devon, EX6 6AW

N.B. – Sat nav results are not good. Please search ‘Snowden & Gladwell’ in Google maps for best directions.




This workshop is available to any farmer or land manager in Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Cornwall, or the Isles of Scilly currently in receipt of BPS payments.

To be eligible to participate in the Future Farming Resilience project and receive subsequent 1:1 support or attend further workshops, you will be required to complete a Monitoring Information form. Forms will be provided by your advisor, at a workshop, or emailed to you after an online workshop. Please ensure forms are completed swiftly. Please be aware that BIP may limit further access to specialist workshops or 1:1 advice, if the form is not completed.

If you have any questions please call us on 01837 659 059 or email team@businessinfopoint.co.uk. Please check our privacy policy and Devon County Council’s privacy policy to see how we store and manage your submitted data.


Support Programme
Future Farming Resilience


Oak Farm
Oak Farm
Tedburn Saint Mary, Devon EX6 6AW United Kingdom
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