A North Canterbury farmer-initiated land care group is employing advisors to work one-on-one with farmers. Sandra Taylor reports. Three catchment farm advisors will help formalise farmers’ environmental management in a North Canterbury  land care group to work one-on-one with them to front-foot environment regulations. Initially set-up in 2017 as an advocacy group for dryland farmers, the Hurunui...
A number of people call themselves scientists, but some are associated with pseudo-science products and...
Northland is stuck in a roading rut, enough to make Chris Biddles grumpy. I AM WELL...
Paul Burt explains how great parenting can create future leaders in farming. I RECENTLY SPENT SOME...
Talk turned to a warts and all discussion at the recent deer industry conference in...
Selecting the right heifer replacements is critical to the future of your beef herd and...
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