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Follow the Government and go early with your on-farm decisions, says Sharon Morrell the head of DairyNZ’s consulting officers in upper North Island.
A dairy industry leader says the COVID-19 interruption should bring positive changes to farming in New Zealand.
Federated Farmers president Katie Milne says farmers are still worried about the processing times at meat plants.
Shareholders and suppliers of Alliance Group are upset that the country’s biggest meat processing company did not work during the Easter holiday period while other companies did.
Fonterra tankers will be leaving more than just milk dockets on farms from this Saturday (April 25).
DairyNZ is now hosting online discussion groups where farmers can beam in from the comfort of their living rooms, offices or dairies and there’s no need to take the gumboots off.
The wool industry hopes for some lifting of COVID-19 restrictions limiting shearing and crutching to animal welfare reasons only.
The country’s pork producers say relaxation of the COVID-19 lockdown rules might still not be enough to prevent an animal welfare crisis on the country’s pig farms.
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