Displaying items by tag: Massey University
The Netherlands and New Zealand have much in common, in both culture and economics, particularly in the areas of agri-food, horticulture and trade.
The winner of the Massey Agricultural Student of the Year prize, DairyNZ scholar Jack van Bussel (20), is planning a future in rural banking.
Wanganui’s Coastal Spring Lamb was the winner of the 2016 New Zealand Food Awards held in association with Massey University.
For a high-yielding 80kg ewe -- dairy or with multiple lambs – to produce at least 3kgMS/day, her voluntary intake of high-energy feed must be near 3kgDM/day.
A tertiary network designed to increase the number of high achieving graduates entering the sheep and beef industry is proving hugely successful in only its second year.
A special press conference with the Minister for Primary Industries, at Parliament, and a look at research projects at Massey University.
A group of journalism students from Massey University's Wellington campus gained an insight into the agribusiness sector last week.
The 11 finalists in the 2016 New Zealand Dairy Trainee of the Year competition begun a three-day study tour yesterday...
Hogget breeding can increase the number of lambs weaned on a farm each year and increase lifetime performance, but only if done correctly.
The psychological theory of 'self-efficacy' is being used by Massey University agricultural and social scientists to create greater self-belief in hill country farmers.