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Value of on-farm seeds

My perpetual optimism has been challenged a lot earlier than usual this year as the prolonged wet looked to delay (more)

Mixing theory and practical

An Irrigation New Zealand training day in Ashburton last week gave participants a better idea how to get more crop (more)

Irrigation training day

Taking part in an Irrigation New Zealand irrigation operator and manager training day in Ashburton on Thursday were (more)

A Kiwi-first workforce

There are big numbers around our dairy industry – the $7.8 billion it contributes to the nation’s GDP; the (more)

Meeting to explain freshwater policy a real game of two halves

Craig Hickman, Elbow Deep @dairymanNZ Last month I attended a water meeting in Ashburton hosted by David (more)

Workshops target professionals

Colin Williscroft, Rural Reporter More than 100 people attended a recent DairyNZ workshop on climate change held (more)

Goat milk canning plant opened

Colin Williscroft, Rural Reporter The completion of a new goat milk infant formula canning facility in (more)

Pasture first not DairyNZ’s only focus

Colin Williscroft, Rural Reporter DairyNZ’s principal scientist has rejected claims that the industry good (more)

Dairy shed consents surge

There’s one single indicator that shows dairy farmers are opening their wallets again and that’s a sudden rise in (more)

Political uncertainty battering exchange rates

Political uncertainty is never a good thing when it comes to exchange rates and that’s the unfortunate position New (more)

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