Charlotte Rietveld Rakaia Gorge, Canterbury At the risk of raising my head above the parapet, summer turned out to be a blinder. Just as December’s blistering heat and wind was threatening near wipe-out of barely germinated winter feed crops, it rained. And it rained, and rained. My dearly departed crop-farming grandmother used to confidently predict...
Sandra Taylor Italian ryegrass is proving to be an effective and environmentally friendly gorse control...
Lauril and Drew Stein’s names were synonymous with the Highland cattle and Simmental breeds in...
Cheyenne Nicholson Recent trends of land use in New Zealand has created pressure to finish...
Lynda Gray Depletion and regeneration of stag bone during velvet growth could help pave the...
Blair Drysdale Balfour, northern Southland Surprised and shocked would accurately describe my reaction to being...
Lucerne is the critical element in getting a Marlborough couple’s breeding stock through the summer...
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