A profitable and environmentally sustainable bull and lamb trading business has allowed a couple to invest in their environment. Sandra Taylor reports. Fifteen years ago, Bryce Lupton had something of an epiphany. Having farmed Te Opu, his family’s 360-hectare effective easy rolling hill-country Northland farm in what would be considered a traditional sheep and beef...
Could forestry land values go higher? Quite possibly, but not all forestry opportunities are created...
Fifteen years of organic farming has taught Piopio dairy farmers Nick and Jo Collins lessons conventional...
Climate change has produced a range of responses from local and national governments, Keri Johnston...
George and Sharon Moss are disappointed with the blow to their environmental footprint last season...
Sheep and beef farming is potentially facing a threat which could have as big an impact as the...
The Armstrong family is an example of the younger generation in New Zealand who are keen to farm...
Three Bay of Plenty siblings and their partners are on a journey to transform their three...
Tim Fulton Lincoln University lucerne king Professor Derrick Moot wants answers on why farmers are...
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