Terry Brosnahan After I graduated from Lincoln College in the 1980s as a 23-year-old, I came home to share what I thought was wisdom. I started telling my father, a farmer of 30 years experience, how he should farm. One day he smiled and quietly said, “a little bit of knowledge is dangerous”. I was...
Sandra Taylor A farm development dream in one of the more beautiful spots in New...
There’s more to wintering stock in Southland than meets the eye, says a farmer who...
Trevor Cook Wanting to throw something at the television in response to what is coming...
It seems paradoxical that wool has so many beneficial properties yet is a “hard sell”....
Southern farmers have co-ordinated an aid project to help drought-hit Hawke’s Bay colleagues. BY: SANDRA...
Suzie Corboy relishes the growing number of daylight hours, despite the mud and dampness, as...
Penny Grigg was looking forward to her first year of study at Lincoln University –...
Stuart Chambers surveys farming over seven decades and realises that some things never change. In...
Covided-out of a Fiji holiday, Blair Drysdale and family left their Northern Southland farm to...
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