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An ongoing study of udder defects in ewes has raised timely new information for farmers, says a Massey University professor.
Plans are underway for a standalone bachelor of horticultural science degree course at Massey University.
A New Zealand expert in leptospirosis says the disease appears to be becoming more ‘tropical’ in the way it is occurring in NZ.
Rugby played a big role in New Zealand gaining a world-leading soil scientist, Professor Mike Hedley.
New Zealand must get beyond seeing its agri sector as ‘gumboots in the mud’ and portray itself as a high value-food producer using innovative technologies.
Dairy and beef farmers are being asked to help develop frameworks to control the disease bovine viral diarrhoea (BVD).
The attraction of heading a world-rated veterinary school, a love of New Zealand and disillusionment with Brexit persuaded Professor Jon Huxley to apply to lead the School of Veterinary Science at Massey University.