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They say innovation is changing the way we do business and this was professionally demonstrated by the Tulloch site at National Fieldays.
Well it's all over for another year. The tents and flagpoles have been taken down, the bark and mulch have been swept up and flogged off to the local garden centres: that was Fieldays 2015.
Prime Minister John Key says the lower dairy payout brings an even greater need for innovation in the primary sector.
LIC has launched a new app, which will help farmers keep their cows’ health in-check from a mobile device.
The New Zealand National Agricultural Fieldays is now into its second day and the Rural News Group team are there checking out the action.
The eight finalists for Rural Bachelor of the Year made a stop in their road trip at Te Kuiti, to take part in one the first challenges of the competition.
Despite a bit of drizzle here and there, day one of Fieldays 2015 welcomed over 28,000 visitors through the gates - almost 8,000 more than opening day last year.
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