Being awarded a DairyNZ undergraduate and post graduate scholarship gave Kieran McCahon a significant head-start to his career in the dairy industry. The 23-year-old is now working fulltime at DairyNZ as an animal and feed developer for the farm performance team. His current role involves interpreting research data and developing this into key messages and...
Illness led a young goat culler to develop a second career piloting contract spraying drones,...
A Canterbury couple had to make compromises to ensure their herd was all-A2, but it...
Sheryl Haitana Profitability will gain even more importance for dairy farmers with new environmental regulation...
Sheryl Haitana Richard and Davina Syme complete a budget for the year and two reviews...
Anne Lee Benchmarking data from high-performing farms in Canterbury shows it is possible to have...
Achieving high operating returns is critical for dairy farmers maintaining a profitable business. Anne Lee...
Anne Lee A long-running farm-based study to compare the Albrecht Kinsey soil fertility approach with...
A switch from sharemilking in South Canterbury to farm ownership on the West Coast has...
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