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Since graduating from Lincoln University in 2004, Central Otago viticulturist Nick Paulin has been on a steep upward trajectory.
New research points to more advantages to the ClearTech dairy effluent treatment system being developed by Lincoln University and Ravensdown.
Lucerne is the world’s most important forage, says Lincoln University professor of plant science Derrick Moot.
A Christchurch start-up has been recognised at a major Australian agricultural technology event for its technology aimed at minimising waste in the food processing industry.
Lincoln University and AgResearch will consider separate building options as an alternative to a much-anticipated joint facility building that never got beyond a fenced site.
A Lincoln University Dairy Farm (LUDF) decision to use all AI and no bulls for mating has given “mixed” results and looks like it will be a short-lived experiment.
Financially-savvy students are applying for a raft of agri-food scholarships to help cut the cost of university study.
Farmers are well-placed to survive any potential financial uncertainty from major setbacks such as global warming, a new Lincoln University research has found.
Lincoln University is offering students the chance to undertake a one-year Masters in Wine and Viticulture from 2019.
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