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Features list

Each issue contains articles on a mix of topics including cow health and welfare, nutrition, young stock, fertility, milk hygiene, breeding, genetics and herd and business management.  In addition, there will be regular articles on innovations, machinery, farm technology, new products, our regular columnists plus lots more.


Please see below for our 2024 features list and copy deadlines.

Features and ad copy deadlines 2024

*These are the deadlines for advertising copy.  Editorial submission deadlines are different.  For further information please click here thanks.

Advertising rates 2024

All prices include full colour and exclude VAT.

Inserts can be inserted loose or bound into the magazine.  The price is subject to weight and insert specification. Please contact Jason on for a quote.

Advertising & insert specifications

Important information


Supplying adverts: CowManagement is standard A4 size (210mm x 297mm). Adverts must be supplied as print-ready high resolution PDFs, CMYK with fonts embedded. All other files and non-print-ready PDFs will require resetting, which is a service CowManagement can provide at a fee, by negotiation.

Artwork must be emailed to no later than the deadlines detailed above.

Supplying inserts: Most inserts of standard A4 size or smaller can be accepted, but the weight and number/type of fold is required when booking. Once booked the inserts to be delivered to Mailing Dept, The Lavenham Press Ltd, 47 Water Street, Lavenham, Suffolk CO10 9RN. Deliveries (9am-4pm Monday-Friday). To be accompanied by a full delivery advice note detailing the insert title, magazine title and issue date, plus quantity and number of boxes/pallets. Each face of each box/pallet to be clearly marked with the same information. CowManagement would welcome the chance of providing a quote for printing your leaflet.




If in doubt, please give us a call or send an email. We are always happy to help.


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Latest issue

In our April issue...

  • housing & equipment take centre stage. As many herds are turned out and sheds are emptied, it’s a good time to take stock and plan for any ‘summer’ upgrades, maintenance or more ambitious projects to ensure cows have five-star accommodation waiting for them at the end of the grazing season

  • we're also taking a look at the latest tech and gadgets – large and small – and machinery on the market to improve all aspects of cow and calf housing, feeding and general management


  • and dry cows, or more specifically transition-cow management, are also a key focus of this issue. Many important aspects of the transition period – from drying off through to calving and early-lactation management – are featured.

Advertising enquiries

If you are interested in advertising with us and would like Jason to contact you, please enter your details below.

Jason Davies

Sales & Marketing Director

Jason is an experienced sales and marketing professional. He has spent nearly 30 years working in the agricultural and veterinary sectors. He has held several industry positions – the most prominent being the Chairman of the Veterinary Marketing Association. Outside of work you can find Jason either sailing on the South Coast, or working as a powerboat instructor.

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