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In love with her work

Methven A&P Show entrant Janet Richards went from making cheese with goats’ milk, to falling in love with the (more)

Keeping it constructive

There was sage advice for farmers from Beef + Lamb chairman James Parsons at Onetai Station’s recent field day: (more)

Focus on team culture

Dairy farmers attending upcoming People Expo events will get advice on team culture from experts in the field. The (more)

Collaboration key to future

Collaboration is essential to the future of farming in the high country and landowners, regional and central (more)

Local presence at ploughing champs

Canterbury will be well represented at this year’s New Zealand Ploughing Championships, being held next month in (more)

Challenges ahead for arable industry

Long serving Foundation for Arable Research chief executive Nick Pyke may be into his last week in the job, but his (more)

Revegetation – it’s succession

Most people think of the term succession to mean the way a farm is passed on to the next generation. But there is (more)

Thousands of tonnes of waste disposed of on-farm

Regional councils suspect thousands of tonnes of contaminated waste are being buried on farms every year around New (more)

Ealing farmer impresses judges

Looking after the environment has paid off for a Mid Canterbury dairy farmer. On Wednesday night Sam Mallard, (more)

Clarification on M. bovis eradication urgently needed

Pressure continues to mount on Ministry for Primary Industries officials to make a decision on whether eradication (more)

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