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Your old mate had to giggle at a recent media proclamation from the Waikato Regional Council. The local government body boldly claimed it is “taking a fresh approach to helping farmers with effluent management”.
Studies show that people who grow up on farms – especially dairy farms – have way fewer allergy and asthma problems than others.
Who would have thunk it? Winston Peters screeching on and on about the dangers of an imminent Asian invasion and takeover of N-Zed!
The Hound reckons the Greenies and tree huggers are not going to be too happy about recent reports that indicate organic produce is not necessarily better for the environment.
The Hound reckons the Jafas from Auckland simply don’t help themselves with their rural cousins. Apparently, the latest fad emerging in the swankier Auckland suburbs is having a pet lamb and prancing it around in nappies.
This old mutt almost choked on his dog biscuits at Winston Peters’ latest ridiculous claim to being a dairy farmer – when he had a crack at ‘National party stooge’ Mike Hosking, recently.
The Hound reckons the old adage ‘would you buy a used car off this man?’ should be applied when dealing with spin doctors and the companies they are promoting.
This old mutt notes that scientists have now developed a genetically engineered rice crop that could emit much less methane than normal rice.
The Hound reckons the Green Party’s former agriculture spokesman Steffan Browning is hypocritical in his recent attack on the appointment of the new boss of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Dr Alan Freeth.
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