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Response to the Kaikoura earthquake is entering the recovery phase, as farmers get on with day-to-day management, while repairing farm infrastructure and considering their land remediation options.
B+LNZ investigates how sub clover can be managed to enhance productivity and profitability on dryland sheep and beef farms.
Waikato sheep and beef farmer Matthew Scott believes drench resistance is the next big issue farmers will face.
The following downloadable PDF’s provide information for volunteers, organisers of volunteers and farmers as part of the Kaikoura Earthquake response and recovery.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand is calling for nominations to stand for two farmer-elected director positions on its board.
The support that has been offered to earthquake affected farmers has been humbling but recovery is going to be a long-term process, says B+LNZ farmer director Phil Smith.
B+LNZ Director Kirsten Bryant reflects on the varied career pathways available to today's young people - whether they plan to stay on the farm or work elsewhere in the industry.
In this fourth story in our internal parasite management series, farm consultant Tony Rhodes (PGG Wrightson) shares the first four – and most critical – steps to taking control of internal parasites.
Managed correctly, hogget mating has the potential to enhance the productivity and profitability of the future ewe flock – but the inverse is also true.
With the correct management, annual clovers can be some of the most valuable forages in a dryland forage system, says Dick Lucas from Lincoln University.