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A new study is showing dairy and conservation sites can co-exist, and its findings are contributing to an ongoing project restoring natural biodiversity into a dairy farming environment.
Several years ago New Zealand had a 20% market share of infant formula in China and now that has dropped to under 10%, says Keith Woodford, agri-food systems, Lincoln University.
A Lincoln University expert says NZ exporters will have to be on their game to reap the benefits of a huge trade access deal that has gone under the radar.
Pasture quality is crucial for achieving profitability, high milk solids production, cow condition score targets and good in-calf results. But what a pain it has been trying to manage quality during this season of stop-start growth.
Ultraviolet radiation (UV) could be used to enhance the quality of many crops, says Lincoln University UV-B expert Professor Brian Jordan.
The International Agency for Research on Cancer's (IARC) recent classification of red meat likely being carcinogenic could benefit New Zealand meat exports.
Fodder and sugar beets are shaping up to be the next big thing in grazing management, with the high yield, low cost option expected to take off in Australia as it has in New Zealand.
Max Tweedie takes up his role as Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) Genetics North Island extension officer this month.
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY has officially launched its lower-North Island base for vocational training and demonstration in lamb and beef finishing systems at a function in the Rangitikei.
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New farming rules around sustainability are driving elderly farmers out of the dairy industry, says agri-economist Phil Journeaux.
New Zealand is heading for an unprecedented shutdown.
The New Zealand Veterinary Association has some advice for animal owners amid the COVID-19 pandemic.