Ragwort, Thistles, Speedwell, Docks, Buttercups, Nettles, Fat Hen
These can appear, even in well-maintained paddocks, and need to be addressed before they begin to spread. Spraying works most effectively when carried out in the Spring and Autumn.
Ragwort is a toxic weed, and if ingested can cause severe, irreversible liver damage and can be fatal. Selective herbicides will kill Ragwort. Livestock should not be returned to the land until there is no evidence of the weed remaining, or all of the dead weeds have been removed, as the remains of dead ragwort can be palatable to livestock but is still deadly.
Use of appropriate herbicides is discussed beforehand.
Our operators are fully trained and qualified, adhering to health and safety guidelines.
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