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US pig farmers could soon be culling on-site due to a COVID-19 induced backup at meatpacking plants.
The US meat market is becoming something of a nightmare for NZ meat exporters with situations changing – in some cases – on a daily basis.
A trend is emerging of farmers posting on YouTube to make money — but just how worthwhile are the returns?
Animal rights group, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA’s) request to erect a billboard memorialising 21 cows killed in a tractor-trailer crash in North Carolina has been turned down.
A US farmer has been awarded US$265m (NZ$411m) in a lawsuit against herbicide providers Bayer and BASF.
One of the country’s most promising young cattle judges is heading to the US to play professional rugby.
America's biggest milk producer, Dean Foods, has filed for bankruptcy and is planning to sell assets.
The impetus behind developing the Klima stripper back in 2007 was a continual lack of labour during the pruning season.