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A cow chewing her cud has long been an indicator of cow health. Anne Hardie reports how monitoring collars can help show how a cow’s ruminations are affected by the state of their health. Information from cow monitoring collars shows Adam McManaway and Kirsten Daymond the changes in ruminations and activity of every cow in their 465-cow...
Southland’s Takitimu mountains are home to a huge station raising young heifers for Canterbury equity...
Shawn and Nells Nicholas wanted to recreate the nostalgic experience of having a relationship with...
Sheryl Brown New Zealand and Irish dairy farmers need to focus on low-cost grass systems...
Stopping stock wastage of bobby calves and increased biosecurity are behind a beef and bull...
A seemingly simple, but hydrologically complex process is offering a means to reducing Canterbury nitrate...
Changes to pasture management and mating systems have made significant changes to milk flow so...
Richard and Davina Syme have maintained farm performance at a high level while living off-farm,...
Louise Cook A curious tension seems to exist between driving efficiency and conservative planning here...
Karen Trebilcock A business plan needs to be more than a document to convince the...
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