By: Karen Trebilcock If nothing else, you should know your dairy breeds, but do you know where they all come from and why we have them? In 1814, Samuel Marsden imported the first dairy cows to New Zealand. They were Shorthorns, a bull and two cows and came from the New South Wales crown herd,...
VikingReds from Scandinavia have been bred for resistance to mastitis and udder health for more...
A Canterbury equity partnership is making the most of bobby calves. By Anne Lee.  Maatua...
The killing of four-day old calves is banned in almost every country but does the world...
Vet Lisa Whitfield sets out a way of checking to see what caused your down...
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