NEWS


  • Cull kill doubles

    Milk processors could face a second successive season of declining milk volumes as dairy farmers double the number of cows culled in response to low prices.

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  • Farmers face long flood clean-up

    Access to many farms is still a major issue two weeks after floodwaters swept through large parts of Taranaki, Whanganui and Manawatu.

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  • Pride in noble calling urged

    Sheep farming’s elite are urging their colleagues to discard the cloud of doom and gloom shrouding the industry and instead be positive and focus on what they can control.

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Opinion

  Darn, it is a beauty contest
Posted by Stephen Bell, Jul 01

I once came second in a knobbly-knees contest.
It’s not something I’d instinctively go in for but it was one of those beach contests and I w...

  NAIT still apparently riddled with errors
Posted by Allan Barber, Jul 02

After a gestation period that makes and elephant’s pregnancy look fast NAIT is still having a difficult birth, a friend has found.
Questions a...

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  • Bo can walk on water!

    Bo walking on a frozen pond for his first time.


    Photo by Jan MacKenzie, Ranfurly, Central Otago

  • Selling complex and hospitality area in readiness for Te Mania Angus bull sale
  • Orari Gorge Herefords
  • Orari Gorge Herefords
  • Orari Gorge Herefords
  • Bulls at Bruce and Barbara Alexander
  • Bulls at Bruce and Barbara Alexander
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