Beef graziers are finding good pickings among cheaper dairy farms. Anne Hardie reports. Beef farmers are paying between $10,000 and $12,000 a hectare for cheaper dairy farms in Northland as strong beef returns combine with a softening dairy property market to enable them to compete for properties. Catherine Stewart from Bayleys says those properties would...
Fickle worldwide weather is having an effect on milk production, NZX analyst Amy Castleton reports....
Terry Brosnahan Forestry has ripped the heart out of a small Southland community. In the mid-1990s Waimahaka near...
Like many small rural communities in New Zealand, Tiraumea has been declining for years. De-population has...
Jackie Harrigan With the dairy payout at $6.00/ kg milksolids (MS) and foreign buyers shut...
Chris Neill A pragmatic Todd Drinnan and his equally thoughtful brother-in-law Mike Eagle bought a 130-hectare...
Karen Trebilcock It’s Monday morning and Mathew Korteweg is just back from an early morning...
Jackie Harrigan While the advent of automated accounting packages helps farmers save data entry time...
Jackie Harrigan AgResearch scientists painted a picture of how technology might drive increased productivity at...
Sheryl Haitana Having fertiliser spreading data at his fingertips is making life a lot easier...
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