Horticulture is “on the boom,” says Freshco director John Mangan.
The sun is out again for Southland bull beef farmers Ben Walling and Sarah Flintoft, who started the year in the fear of being struck down with Mycoplasma bovis for a second time.
Biosecurity isn't just about border control at the airport or ports, writes Nita Harding, DairyNZ technical policy advisor.
Prices were up on average $400 at the 30th Annual Kikitangeo Romney stud ram sale.
Better communication between dairy and beef farmers can strengthen animal traceability and disease management, claims a Bay of Plenty farmer.
A product that could reduce the need for anthelmintics during lamb weaning has received government funding for a trial.
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