Lynda Gray Breed values are not the be-all-and-end-all of a successful breeding plan, but there’s no arguing that they’re the best way of assessing the true genetic value of an animal. However, that science-backed genetic value is often lost on potential buyers who get swept away with what they see in the sale ring. They’re...
Sheryl Haitana LIC is investing to further build capacity as it continues to transition farmers...
Karen Trebilcock Back managing the family dairy farm after finishing a degree at Lincoln, Kate...
Each year, close to 3 million New Zealand dairy calves are slaughtered or euthanised onfarm. On...
Sandra Taylor Breeding indexes are offered as a simple tool to help farmers select rams,...
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