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Field studies are currently underway to find out if there’s a relationship between drenching pregnant sheep with long-acting drenches and lamb mortality.
The decision by a majority of the people in the UK to effectively vote themselves a recession is astounding. But then across the Atlantic one Donald Trump also has an unbelievable following which defies logic.
Fat is back for lambs: we may have gone too far towards leaness, claims a senior scientist with AgResearch's animal genomics team, Tricia Johnson.
An initiative selling fresh spring lamb into Countdown supermarkets has been kicked off by Helensville farmer Richard Kidd.
Sheep and beef farmers, especially in the South Island, are going to take a substantial hit in their incomes this year as lamb prices weaken.
Alliance Group is now processing, packaging and exporting Pure South lamb directly to a Spanish supermarket retailer.
A North Island trial comparing the value of lambs sired by low versus high genetic merit rams validates that using genetic data does pay off.