CIS Laboratory

An ICAR and UKAS accredited laboratory using innovative state of the art equipment ensuring milk recorded samples are analysed uniformly extracting a wealth of information. Results help make strategic decisions about individual cows or the whole herd. Find out more... 

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09 Aug 2019
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CIS Farmer Focus: M & J C Gould, Shropshire

The Gould family are firmly established at their 550-acre farm at their farm near Shrewsbury following relocation to Shropshire from Lancashire. Read more...

09 Aug 2019
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CIS Farmer Focus: James Pirie & Sons Ltd, Argyll

Long standing CIS customer and Holstein Trustee, Sandy Pirie, has been milk recording for over 50 years. With his wife Joan and son John they milk 200 cows with 160 followers on t

09 Aug 2019
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CIS Farmer Focus: GG Baynes, Northumberland

The countdown is on for Richard Baynes to get his pedigree Dairy Shorthorns and Ayrshires ready for the show ring at UK Dairy Day. The Marleycote herd dates back more than 85 years

08 Aug 2019
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Competitive Prices for ARC Cattle Ear Tags

The Approved Registered Cattle (ARC) mark provides traceability of registered cattle to the industry. A selection of ear tags, competitively priced, are available for all dairy bre

08 Aug 2019
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Genomics: What you need to know

Genomic testing is available for Holsteins, Jerseys, Ayrshires and Guernseys through our Approved Registered Cattle Scheme which offers competitive rates for tissue tags. By taking

07 Aug 2019
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The National Johne’s Management Plan (NJMP)

All farmers supplying purchasing members of the National Johne’s Management Plan (NJMP) will need to have undertaken an assessment of their risks and herd status. A written Johne’s

06 Aug 2019
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Counting Down to #Farm24

This Thursday, 8 August will see thousands of farmers across the country celebrate the UK farming industry via social media. For 24 hours #Farm24 will raise the profile of UK agric

02 Aug 2019
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BVD Testing for UK Dairy Day 2019

Every animal entered to attend UK Dairy Day needs to either reside in a herd accredited free of BVD by a CHeCS approved cattle health scheme or, at any time in its life, have been