A young Golden Bay dairy farm manager hasn’t let novice staff or her own dyslexia stand in her way. Anne Hardie reports. Lydia Freeman was just 20 when she took on the manager’s role for a 300-cow herd with the added challenge of novice staff and dyslexia, but she’s not someone to be fazed about...
Increasing lambing percentages has the potential to increase profitability on sheep farms by improving individual...
Tararua farmer Ben Allomes was never keen on 16-hour milking and says his switch to...
Winning the supreme award for Rural Women’s Network – Business Awards has been an honour...
One of the country’s most promising young cattle judges is heading to the United States...
Karen Trebilcock When things go wrong on a dairy farm, they usually go wrong in...
Lisa Whitfield Reproduction Massey Dairy No. 1 boasts impressive reproduction statistics, with a three-week submission...
Samantha Tennent Using an empty rate to assess reproductive performance is like only counting calories...
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