Tim McVeagh Automation of livestock feeding, while requiring considerable capital investment, should need less labour and be a more efficient and more productive means of getting tucker down the throats of animals. But does automatic feeding stack up for calves? They can be fickle with slow drinkers and crookies. Rearing young calves requires patience and...
Katherine Dewitt I’ve been obsessed with a little tool called a Brix refractometer for a...
Four-day-old calves are some of the most vulnerable, fragile, and high-risk farmed animals in New...
Diversification was once a catchword in the agricultural industry but a South Canterbury farmer is...
For 13 years Otago farmer Johnny Bell farmed during the day and underwent nine hours...
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