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Four years ago Ben Haley put a note up on a Timaru supermarket notice board...
An apprenticeship scheme for the dairy sector was “ready to go”, when Federated Farmers Dairy...
The vision of Waikato company Trinity Lands is to give profit back to the community....
Farmers have more than just the milk price premium offered for winter milk to consider...
Anne Lee Suz Wyborn was pretty happy with her calf-rearing system. A busy mum and...
Anne Hardie A calm, stress-free environment from day one where animals are treated with respect...
Anne Lee The possibility farmers could be called on to deposit significant sums into margin accounts if...
Anne Lee NZX’s new milk price futures and options market launches later this month, allowing Kiwi farmers to...

The ragwort flea beetle loves eating ragwort but doesn’t like getting its feet wet. The tiny insect’s huge appetite is saving New Zealand dairy farmers $44 million a year in control costs, a Landcare Research study has shown.

Whether it’s for spot-spraying weeds like ragwort and thistles or spraying out paddocks for cropping or regrassing, a spraying system is an essential piece of equipment on most dairy farms.

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