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Corby Rock Welcomes Andrew McInerney

CORBY ROCK STRENGTHENS CORE management TEAM

Corby Rock Mill Ltd, headquartered in Monaghan, is delighted to announce the appointment of Andrew McInerney as Ruminant Sales & Nutrition Manager.

Andrew McInerney joins Corby’s existing senior management team in the Ruminant Division as we continue to refine our structure within both the Monogastric and Ruminant sectors, delivering increased focus and offering to our customers at all levels. Paul McArdle’s focus remains and will transition into Monogastric sales after managing technical sales in both divisions for the past 10 years of growth, delivering product and service that our customers have become accustomed to.

Andrew joins the company bringing with him a wealth of hands-on experience and technical knowledge, spanning animal nutrition, feed additives and commercial development in the agricultural sector from a national and European perspective.

Corby Rock Mill’s managing director, Mark Quinn, describes the new role as ‘a strengthened offering’ He said, “ Andrew joins a strong and capable management team, bringing a broad offering of experience in nutrition from core components in premix strategy to cutting edge developments in feed additives. As our industry prepares for a new mandate in environmental and welfare challenges from governmental and consumer requirements, we take the challenge onboard and look to revitalise a household brand and prepare it for the future.”

“Leading our Ruminant technical sales team, I believe this appointment will further enhance and build upon the added value of our products & service for existing customers and interest those yet to experience our family business and its desire to be better.”

On his appointment, Mr McInerney added: “I am delighted to be joining an organisation with the history of Corby Rock Mill, the quality and reputation of their products are well known within the industry. I look forward to building on this strong foundation and supporting the experienced team already in place, helping our farmer customers and partners within the agricultural supply and food chain to realise the potential of their livestock production systems through quality and innovation”.

Andrew holds an BAgrSc in Agricultural Science, Animal and Crop production from University College Dublin (UCD) and has over ten years of experience working in Animal Nutrition, with Local, National and multinational companies. He joins Corby Rock Mill on Monday 3rd August 2020.

Animal Feed

Quality Animal Feeds for Farms

Welcome to Corby Rock Mill, leading manufacturers of animal feed products in Ireland. Corby Rock Mill was set up in 1975 principally to ensure high-quality farm feeds for sister company Corby Rock Eggs. Now it has a thriving trade in Poultry, Ruminant, Sheep and Calf markets throughout Ireland.

So contact us today for more information on the full range of Corby Rock Mill products

Chicken Feed

Experts “HAPPY HENS FED BY CORBY ROCK”

Liseraw Farm located on the outskirts of Monaghan Town is managed by the Farm Manager Charlie Duffy. Their first flock of birds arrived in July 2015 and are housed in a newly constructed house, they are Feeding Corby Rock Feed from day 1 and have been very happy with the quality of feed and service provided by Corby Rock Mill

Corby Rock is their local mill, located only three miles away and they are delighted to be supporting a local business. Egg quality has been excellent and the hens are a good weight and are extremely healthy. Charlie Duffy says they are, “Happy Hens fed by Corby Rock”.

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Corby Partner with the Irish Cancer Society as a Pink Partner


The Dragon’s Den investor Gavin Duffy announces Irish Cancer Society’s Pink Partners for 2017

For the 3rd year running Corby continue to support the Irish Cancer Society through our #BagitPink campaign, were we bag our entire poultry range in our cancer bag. Along with 9 other leading Irish Business’s Corby has reinforced our commitment to our communities.

Speaking at the launch Mr Duffy said, “An important part of any business is a commitment to corporate social responsibility and giving back to people in the community who need support. Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting women in Ireland so I’m delighted to see Irish companies proactively supporting all those affected by breast cancer this October. Members of the public can get behind this initiative by purchasing pink during breast cancer awareness month and supporting the fight back against breast cancer.”

Our Campaign will run for the months of October and November and we hope to match last years amazing figure of over €17,000. If you would like to support this great cause then please drop into your local Merchant and pick up a cancer bag in support. €0.50 of every bag purchased will be donated on your behalf.

FEED DISTRUBUTION

Corby Rock Mill’s backbone in delivery service are our hauilers. Covering the island of Ireland come rain or shine, they share the same passion and desire to deliver quality through service while ensuring on farm bio-security is not compromised in a holistic approach.

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Incidences of heat stress last week was extremely challenging for cows.
Hopefully as herds recover this week, keep in mind the following points:

1️⃣Maintain regular farm walks (at least once weekly)

2️⃣Ensure fertilizer is sown ahead of the forecasted rain
Be cautious of a luxury uptake of nitrogen once rain comes – keep an eye on milk ureas and carry out a pre-cut test before cutting silage or removing surplus bales

3️⃣Be cautious of oil levels in diet - especially with drought stressed swards

4️⃣Time to consider completing a forage budget for the winter

5️⃣Ear mark the poorest performing paddocks for August reseeding
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🌱Grass Watch 21: Week 29, 19-July-21🌱
🌦Grass dry matters remained low last week averaging 16.6%, reflecting the rain from the previous week. Those suffering from extreme droughts, where grass is scorching, expect grass dry matter in the region of 22-30%.

🌦Crude proteins are rising on farms, averaging 23.5%CP, due to sufficient rain received at the start of July followed by the high temperatures last week, greatly improving nitrogen uptake and utilisation.

⚠️As a consequence of improving nitrogen utilization grass sugars have dropped back to 10% and oil levels have jumped to 4.5%.

🥵Grass oil levels will also be influenced by drought conditions as grass increases its waxy cuticle.

🥛As a consequence of increasing protein and decline sugars, excess rumen degradable protein (RDP) levels in the diet are rising – this will be reflected in rising milk ureas level.

❌With this excess RDP comes an energy cost to expel the excess rumen ammonia - currently estimated to cost 0.77L/cow/day.

✅Maximum expected grass dry matter intakes are currently 16kgDM/head/day estimated to support maintenance plus 18.7L.

For the full report check out - corbyrock.ie/grass21/
#GRASSWATCH #21 #grazing #grass #paddocks #covers #butterfat #dairy #farming #ireland #cows #TrouwNutrition #corbyrockmi
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Check out our customer John Kingham, farm manager of Ireland’s largest suckler enterprise – Tateetra and Rathmore Farms.

The Irish Grassland Association (IGA) held part of its 2021 virtual beef event on the 1'000 acre farm, which is home to over 1,000 head of cattle.

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🌱Grass Watch 21: Week 28, 12-July-21🌱
🐮Grass dry matters currently averaging 16.5%.

✅Crude proteins remain steady at 20.4%.

🥛Milk ureas are currently 17-22mg/dl. In places where Soil Moisture Deficits (SMD) are high expect crude proteins to be <17%.

☀️Grass quality is good at an average ME of 11.5MJ/kgDM. Where SMDs are high and swards are stressed grass quality will not be as good.

🌱Sugar levels remain above seasonal norms at 13.3% and oil levels remain below seasonal norms at 3.6%.

🐮Maximum expected grass dry matter intakes is currently 16kgDM/head/day estimated to support maintenance plus 19.3L.

✅To achieve 16kgDM requires good grass quality, pre-grazing covers at 1400-1500kgDM/ha, swards cleaned out well on previous rotation, weather conditions good and correction allocation of grass offered to achieve target intakes.

For the full report check out - corbyrock.ie/grass21/
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