The county town of Wiltshire, Trowbridge has a rich history in weaving and cloth making. In the Industrial Revolution Trowbridge was described as "The Manchester of the West", and many of the newly rich cloth merchants built fine houses near the town centre. Like so many towns in Wiltshire, Trowbridge originally had its roots in agriculture, with the wool and textile industry growing out of that ready availability of fleeces. For similar reasons, Trowbridge also had a healthy leather tanning industry for many years. Since the end of the 19th century, both those industries have declined in Trowbridge and are now gone completely.
However, agriculture is still flourishing in the area, with a number of sizeable dairy herds spread out to the south of the town. The number of cattle there certainly means that we are very busy when we visit Trowbridge to provide: Photo from Featured Project near Trowbridge
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An effective regimen for preventing lameness in your herd can have a significant impact on the yield and profitability you achieve.
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