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LINCOLN UNIVERSITY has welcomed the Government's decision to increase the level of Student Achievement Component (SAC) funding for science and agricultural based programmes.
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY research has found a wide variation in the number of viable and living micro-organisms in probiotic products used on dairy farms.
CANTERBURY MILK nutrition company Synlait Milk is supportive of the investment by AgResearch in its campus infrastructure.
An international farm advisor specialising in labour management from the University of California, Professor Gregorio Billikopf, is visiting New Zealand to discuss labour changes and the increasing levels of migrant workers being employed.
Lincoln University has launched an initiative to encourage Maori school leavers in Canterbury and the West Coast to train for careers in land-based industries.
Lincoln University has made public the building development plan for the Selwyn campus for the next 25 years which includes aspects of the proposed 'Lincoln Hub'.
Lincoln University has announced it will be expanding the Lincoln University Research Dairy Farm (LURDF) to further support a range of research projects related to improving the success of New Zealand's dairy industry.
Lincoln University has formed a new Farms Committee to oversee the development of the 3900ha of farmland owned and operated by the university.
A recent study has found using the plant hormone gibberellic acid as an alternative to nitrogen fertiliser in late winter and early spring can significantly improve pasture growth at a time when dairy farmers start grazing stock more heavily after calving.
Lincoln University's Kellogg Rural Leaders Programme has extended its welcome, with the course accepting its first Australian participant this year.
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