Words by: Anne Lee Lincoln University PhD student Anita Fleming is warning more work needs to be done on how to safely feed fodder beet to lactating dairy cows and is suggesting farmers may have to feed smaller amounts more frequently to avoid animal health problems. The recommendation stems from her three-year PhD study that...
Words by: Jackie Harrigan Effects of plantain-based pasture on milk production and nitrate leaching by...
Words by: Louise Hanlon Owl Fam has always grazed their heifers off-farm, but this year’s...
Words by: Richard Bentley A New Zealand native red seaweed, if used in stockfeeds, has...
Words and photos by: Karen Trebilcock Almost all southern dairy farmers will have to apply...
Words by: Anne Hardie If the dairy industry wants to compete with other industries for...
Rains have brought a big turnaround for many Australian farmers, with exceptional spring growth. Simone...
Words by: Amy Castleton Fonterra lifted its milk price forecast for the 2020-21 season in...
The Red Meat Profit Partnership expires in March, 2021. Phil Edmonds seeks views on what...
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