The second in a series of articles, Canterbury-based veterinarian Ben Allott, which looks at topics farmers should consider as part of their sheep and beef animal health plan. FOOTROT IN SUMMER CAN BE DECEPTIVE In the middle of a long, hot, dry summer there isn’t a lame sheep to be seen and then almost overnight it...
Feed, good genetics and monitoring are the cornerstone of an Otago farming operation which Terry...
Scale and diversity allow a three-farm operation to finish large numbers of homebred lambs. Russell Priest...
BY: Joanna Grigg The proposed National Policy Statement for Indigenous Biodiversity is looking to lift...
BY: Sheryl Haitana Vaccinations are similar to insurance and farmers will either be risk adverse,...
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