The Covid-19 lockdown has kept international hunters at home and meant a very lean season for their NZ guides, as Annabelle Latz reports. The stags were roaring, yet not a hunter was to be seen. Owing to Covid-19 lockdown rules there were no trophy hunters gathering from around New Zealand or abroad to enjoy the...
BY: VICTORIA O’SULLIVAN Southland deer farmer and veterinarian Dave Lawrence of Tikana Wapiti was one...
New water quality regulations may have unintended consequences on a deer farm that has already...
BY: LYNDA GRAY Set up for spring feeding now, advises Glenn Judson, Agricom animal nutritionist...
BY: LYNDA GRAY A change to the structure of funding for deer industry research is...
BY: LYNDA GRAY Lifting, chipping and winter feeding with lucerne silage is the next chapter...
BY: LYNDA GRAY Deer farmers have copped the brunt of the Covid-19 effect on red...
BY: LYNDA GRAY Lincoln University is entering a new wave of deer research. A $200,000 upgrade...
Hawke’s Bay deer farmer Karen Middelberg is the new North Island executive council member
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