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Once-a-day milking takes pressure off animals, farm and people, Anne Hardie reports. A priority on Peter and Margaret Brooker’s Maruia farm is good animal welfare management which results in less pressure on the environment. That is why some of their pasture is more than 40 years old and still performing well, they have less runoff...
Getting the most out of every drop of water is essential for Canterbury farmer Ben...
Making better use of the under-utilised resource of bobby calves is the subject of a...
For a former Rotorua couple farming on the West Coast the focus has been on...
By no means all the productivity on a dairy farm is done in the paddocks...
Sheryl Brown Fertco is celebrating 20 years of leading the way with eco-friendly and innovative...
Lee Astridge Director, No8HR The definition of success and career growth in the dairy industry...
In August Northland vet Rory Dean was called out to a farm and diagnosed salmonella....
A Rangitikei farming operation has set up an apprenticeship scheme to train dairy workers. Jackie...
Northland’s Phillips family have farmed the length of the North Island and now see their...
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