Jan 242014
 
2014 Livestock Posts

All Livestock posts for 2014

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Jan 082014
 
13 January 2014 - Computers in Agriculture + New Allotment

Farm Animals and Computers – Shows how computers are used to monitor pigs feeding during pregnancy and also how they are used to help farmers weigh ingredients so they can mix the correct food ingredients for cattle. It also shows how even milking cows and goats is helped by the use of computer to monitor how much milk is produced.
In your local Greenhouse – Shows how machines are used to plant seeds then how computers and robots are used to then sort the growing seedlings. It also shows how human input is still needed for many jobs that computers cannot do – yet!.
Grow4.me.uk – Starting a new allotment- We have started a new allotment to help you with your growing in school

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Oct 132013
 
Autumn Farm Visits

The Autumn farm visits have gone very well so far.  We have already had some great feedback “Thanks for a fantastic day at Weighton Wold Farm with Warter School. Superb initiative & best school trip ever!” Tracey Baty, Parent Governor, Warter School   “The visit was a fantastic experience for the children and the adults alike” Sue Brummit

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Jan 112013
 
14 January 2013 - Computers in Agriculture + Year in a Wood

Farm Animals and Computers – Shows how computers are used to monitor pigs feeding during pregnancy and also how they are used to help farmers weigh ingredients so they can mix the correct food ingredients for cattle. It also shows how even milking cows and goats is helped by the use of computer to monitor how much milk is produced.
In your local Greenhouse – Shows how machines are used to plant seeds then how computers and robots are used to then sort the growing seedlings. It also shows how human input is still needed for many jobs that computers cannot do – yet!.
A year in a wood – we start our regular look in a wood. This program looks at what happens to the leaves which feel from the trees in Autumn and shows you how you can investigate the mini-beasts on leaf litter

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