YP AG and Bayer CropScience are proud to support local football clubs on YP again in 2017.

“YP AG and Bayer Crop Science are proud to support local football clubs

on YP again in 2017.”

In the coming weeks together with Bayer Crop Science, YP Ag’s staff will be presenting footballs to our local football clubs. A promotion of Bayer’s new fungicide Aviator XPro.

A great fit in both Canola & Chickpeas for the coming season.

Aviator® Xpro® Foliar Fungicide

Aviator® Xpro® is a protective and curative fungicide that offers class-leading blackleg and sclerotinia control in canola. Aviator Xpro also offers ascochyta control in chickpeas. Its innovative Leafshield™ formulation ensures even leaf distribution and rapid rainfastness.

Please click here to read the product label. Bayer Aviator Xpro

Bayer Paskevill 2017

YP AG, Kadina’s Chris Davey presents Aviator Xpro footballs to Paskeville President, Lynton Pearce, A Grade Coach, Tyson Wait and B Grade Coach, Mark Rundle.

Bayer Cougars

CY Cougars Football Club, L to R – Dom Meaney (YP AG), Chris Langford (A Grade Captain), Carey Payne (A Grade Coach), Tom Van Schaik (Assistanct Coach)

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Our Kadina branch manager presenting Bute Football Club President, Andrew Morony, with their footballs.

HWE Bayer YPAG Footy

Darryn Schilling attended Hummocks Watchman Eagles training at Pt Wakefield.
Pic L-R  Darryn, Josh Appleby, Joel Wilson President, Dylan Cicolella and in front Rylan.
EAGLES Bayer promo

Yorketown Agronomist Kara Johnson present Bayer Footy to Sam Barlow & Justin Taheny from Southern Eagles Football club.

CMS Crows BAYER

SYP Branch Manager, Corey Wildash super proud to be presenting a Bayer-Ypag Sherrin to CMS Crows Snr colt gun Max Litster.

“Thank you to Bayer for their continued support of our local communities.”

Animals Innovations workshop at Curramulka.

An excellent start to the first birthday celebrations at Curramulka with a good turn out for our recent Animal Innovations workshop.
Special thanks to Mark Dearing from Animal Innovations for making the trip down to equip us with the tools to ensure that we get the most out of our livestock. Below we have left you with some take-home notes that you might find useful.
For more information please go to the Animal Innovations Website at  http://www.animalinnovations.com.au/#products  or give your closest YP AG branch a call.
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  1. Lambing

AIM Progenx Lead Up Powder lick is the most advanced and effective pre-lambing supplement available. It is only used for a short period, but works by maximising calcium mobilisation from the ewe’s bones, which creates faster, safer births and increases ewe survival, lamb survival and lamb growth rates through greater colostrum and milk production (Product Tech sheet attached).

  1. Lambs on Green Feed

Conditions and diseases discussed as evident or highly likely on any lush, green feed include:

Pulpy Kidney – this is avoided with a sound vaccination program – 3in1 with B12

Scouring, weight loss & ill thrift

Lameness – foot scald and abscess

Grass Tetany (Hypomag) – lack of magnesium

Bloat

Redgut

Wool breaks

These conditions are all result directly from an imbalance of critical nutrients in green feed. These nutrients include a broad range of vitamins, minerals and trace elements that must be present in the diet in proper balance. The MOST limiting factor however, is the presence (or lack of) starch in the green feed. Starch increases microbial activity in the rumen and thus good fermentation means better utilisation of the excess nitrogen in the incoming feed. This will enable the animal to utilise a greater percentage of the feed to produce energy and protein, and not allow the animal to let excess nitrogen become harmful bi-product (i.e. excess ammonia and nitrates/nitrites) that contribute to ALL of the conditions and diseases listed above.

AIM Grazemax Ultra Powder Lick provides the starch and the range of critical vits/mins to correct this imbalance and avoid or reduce incidence of problems. Use as directed in tubs/troughs on its own and remove all other supplements.

  1. Weaning

The key behind avoiding set backs in weaners (weight loss, death, sub-clinical diseases) is to minimise stress at weaning and adapt lambs safely to rich, green feed, or alternatively, supply the right nutrition on dry feed, depending on the season. Full yard wean protocols can maximise this, but at the very least an easy 2 step (48 to 72 hour) process can eliminate a lot of stress to achieve better results.

AIM Generade Liquid or Pellet used on/with hay at weaning can significantly reduce stress from the start, increase appetite, and maintain vital immune system to avoid disease and maximise the benefits of vaccines – or a pellet version is best for yard weaning programs when grain is being used.

AIM Weanermax Sheep pellet introduced also at this time with a little of the right grain replaces crucial vits/mins missing from mother’s milk, and is continued for 14 to 21 days depending on the age/weight of the lambs. It is vital in creating permanent rumen development for replacement breeders to be more healthy and efficient for life.

Combining these two products with the required animal health treatments can create weight gain from the start of weaning rather than weight loss. This has a huge effect on lambs finishing safer and quicker on rich feeds. Pellet/Grain programs are optimum, but simpler short term options are available also using loose lick version of the weaning product.

  1. Joining

Grazemax Ultra lick is also an excellent choice to feed to ewes a few weeks pre-joining (and into joining) to increase ovulation rates. It is also excellent for rams for sperm quality and quantity – but remember rams produce sperm for use up to 8 weeks ahead, so start it on the boys early!

YP Agriservices have a good range of these products in stock. Contact our friendly staff today and we will endeavour to help you out.

Get in quick with Aptitude!

FMC Crop Protection’s post-emergent herbicide, Aptitude, received a warm welcome by grain growers on Yorke Peninsula last year. YP AG recommends Aptitude for weeds such as bifora, bedstraw, mustard and lincoln weed. Aptitude contains a patented mix of carfentrazone (Group G) and metribuzin (Group C). “We already knew how effective and fast acting carfentrazone could be and, combined with metribuzin, we were expecting the new product to be very effective,” a YP AG spokesperson said.

Read the rest of the article here. (once article open, please scroll down)

 

A RACER-gainst time!

WITH the continued increase of annual ryegrass resistance to Group A herbicides there is no time for complacency, according to YP AG’s Darryn Schilling.

The use of an integrated weed-management strategy using herbicides like RACER can form an important part of this.

RACER is an alternative Group A DIM herbicide, containing the active butroxydim.

Read the rest of the article by clicking on the link  YPCT300517P30_ Racer

Use Sharpen for broadleaf control before sowing legumes

IT has been almost a month since the rain around Anzac Day, when northern and southern Yorke Peninsula received 40-80mm. Farmers in these areas are now busily planting lentils and contending with large broadleaf weeds like milk thistle, radish and marshmallow before the crop goes in.

Read the rest of the article featured in the YPCT dated 30th of May, 2017 here.