Cows with low milk urea nitrogen breeding values could reduce nitrate leaching and have higher milk protein levels, as Anne Lee explains. Latest research from Lincoln University and the Pastural Livestock Production Lab offers new hope to farmers in the search for tools to slash nitrate leaching, with cows themselves looking like a big part...
Victoria O’Sullivan Canadian-based Kiwi farmer Ben Stuart is used to people looking at him like...
Rebecca Hickson Latest results from the Beef + Lamb New Zealand Genetics dairy beef progeny...
Lynda Gray Reduced inputs, including the elimination of N-P-K fertiliser, while increasing utilisation by 35%...
Sarah Ivey Consumers around the world are demanding more than just grass-fed beef. They want...
A range of beef options adds diversity to a Golden Bay dairy operation. Anne Hardie...
Karen Trebilcock Southern farmers are getting wintering sorted as an 18-month project led by DairyNZ...
Anne Hardie The short feed supply around the country combined with the delayed cull cow...
Karen Trebilcock With the possibility of no new dairy conversions and no further increase in...
Rain is part of life in South Westland, but as Anne Hardie writes, some years...
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