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A New Zealand company reckons it has come up with a product for preventative treatment of parasites in R1 cattle.
July is the start of the next phase for OSPRI’s NAIT programme with the three-year exemption period for pre-NAIT cattle now over.
Around Christmas time stock rustling seems to rear its head and this holiday season has been no different.
GEORGIA DAVIES (21), from Oxford, is urging young New Zealanders to get involved in A&P Shows, after winning a Lady Diana Isaac Scholarship at last year’s Canterbury Show.
ORGANISER OF the annual Prime Cattle competition, John Honeybone from Rural Livestock says that he has not seen such high prices and quality cattle since he started running the competition in the mid 1990's.
NORTHERN TERRITORY cattle producers have launched a class action over the former Federal Government’s ban on live exports to Indonesia in 2011.
The chairperson of the National Animal Ethics Advisory Committee (NAEAC) says while animals will continue to be needed for research, testing and teaching, she expects the number to gradually decline.
DRY CONDITIONS in the northern North Island and continued land use change in the South Island saw New Zealand's sheep numbers decrease 3.2% over the 2013-14 season, while beef cattle numbers increased 1.6%.
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Global dairy prices are settling down after a rollercoaster ride triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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