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18 June 2020
Industry groups are encouraged by a council observation flight in Southland which suggests good practices are largely in place for the winter ahead.
12 March 2020
‘Smart Wintering’ events getting underway in Southland and Otago in March and April will help farmers continue setting their systems up for a successful winter.
01 March 2020
The key to successful grazing of a winter crop is to start your planning early, as DairyNZ animal and feed developer Maitland Manning explains.
28 June 2019
New Zealand’s farming sector is focused on improving winter grazing and eliminating practices which impact on the environment and animal welfare.
20 June 2019
Cow breeds vary in their use of metabolisable energy for milk. This suggests that different cow breeds may offer farmers differing profit levels.
17 June 2019
Winter can be a challenging time for farmers. Rainfall and cold weather events inevitably make things wet underfoot and managing those conditions is particularly challenging for farms whose paddocks are home to animals.
29 March 2019
Dairy farmers who have been affected by severe flooding on the West Coast are being encouraged to reach out for help, if they need it.
05 March 2019
Due to particularly dry weather nationwide, dairy farmers are now reaching crunch points for making calls on feed planning, milking frequency and drying off.
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