How our future farmers – our young ones – act onfarm is important for the safety of themselves and others, writes Harriet Bremner. Are the decisions you make every day on the farm, suitable for molding our future generations while knowing we are keeping them safe in the best possible way? Or are some of your actions cringe-worthy as...
Lincoln University Dairy Farm’s switch to 10-in-7 milking means fewer staff and a better work/life balance....
Labour-saving technologies help make better use of workers’ time. Anne Lee reports. A growing number...
By Delwyn Dickey Isolation often goes hand-in-hand with farming. For young workers, going to town...
We’re getting near the end of the milking season, so it’s time for a reminder...
Are we on a downhill to nowhere if we keep working without balancing the hard yakka we...
By Teresa Sherson October 9, 2020, looked to be finishing like any other day. Dean...
Zoonotic diseases, acquired from livestock among other sources, are a risk to women in pregnancy,...
Words by: Seonaid Aitchison Recent data shows many dairy farmers are finding new ways to...
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