The coronavirus epidemic is going to have a bigger impact than people think it is, according to Massey University Professor of Agribusiness, Hamish Gow.
More accurate genetic evaluations, drawing on ten years of New Zealand and international research, will be available to dairy farmers from this month.
Cows and pasture are not the villains in climate change, but could instead be our saviours, says Hawke’s Bay farmer, soil scientist and consultant Phyllis Tichinin.
What you need to know about transporting cull cows.
With many regions experiencing increasingly dry weather, DairyNZ is asking farmers to plan for managing stock through challenging conditions.
Warm summer temperatures bring with them the heightened risk of the production-limiting disease Facial Eczema (FE).
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