With Moving Day fast approaching, farmers are being urged to be prepared, as level 2 regulations make the event a little different this year.
The event, which takes place on June 1 and is also known as Gyspy Day, sees a large number of dairy farming families, shareholders, contract millers and employees move to new farms to begin the new dairy season.
"Gypsy Day brings a few challenges to everyone involved. It's not just the farmer, it's your vet, your truck driver, your family and your staff," says Craig Stephenson, production manager of Shoof International, a developer, manufacturer, importer, exporter and marketer of veterinary and animal breeding equipment.
Stephenson says it's vital farmers think about a health and safety plan before they hit the road, so everything goes smoothly when the time comes to move.
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This article was prepared for Shoof International.