Is there a “seismic” shift in food choices and a demand for healthy, chemical free choices with transparency about where the food is sourced?
Farmstrong say they are pleased with level of interest they received at this year's Fieldays, with 70 farmers getting a free health check and 376 testing their physical health.
Physical and mental wellbeing while farming under pressure will be a key subject at the 2015 South Island Dairy Event (SIDE) at Lincoln University from June 22-24.
Rural wellbeing programme Farmstrong is hitting the ground running at this year's National Fieldays where it will offer free health checks for farmers.
I grew up in town and one of my distinct memories of summer and autumn when we went to visit our farming friends was the smell of silage.
HEALTH PROFESSIONALS with an interest in the rural sector are invited to apply for this year's the Rural Women NZ & Access Homehealth scholarship, with a closing date of July 1.
The Animal Health Board is relinquishing its role as the management agency for the National Bovine Tuberculosis (TB) Pest Management plan.
Award winning sales manager Colin May has joined the GEA Farm Technologies New Zealand management team to drive sales for its animal health and hygiene brand, FIL.
Deer farmers will soon be able to use a NAIT-approved ear tag instead of an Animal Health Board (AHB) barcoded primary tag.
Rural Women New Zealand will highlight the devastating impacts on families of leptospirosis, a disease that can be passed from infected animals to humans, at the New Zealand Veterinary Association conference in Hamilton next week.