New Zealand sheep farms tend to have a high level of lamb losses. Wairarapa vet Sara Sutherland looks at what can be done. Lamb survival at lambing is a major production and welfare issue for commercial sheep farmers in New Zealand. Losses range from 5% to 50% per farm, with an average of 20-30%. This...
Tim Fulton Customers may turn away from New Zealand sheepmeat unless prices soften, exporters say....
Whatever happens in the future with fertiliser soil scientists Drs Robert McBride and Doug Edmeades...
Sandra Taylor Feeding sheep is the answer to maximising the kilogram of lamb weaned per...
Triplets are an inevitable consequence of increased fertility and several farmers shared their experiences of...
Chris McCullough A Dutch dairy farmer whose cows just recently learned how to graze again after 10 years...
Hill-country land has its own challenges when it comes to nutrient management, resource management consultant...
Andrew Swallow Keep fodder beet clean and green to maximise margins, farmers and agronomists heard...
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