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Dairy won’t sign woeful deal

The dairy industry is considering walking away empty-handed from the Trans Pacific Partnership rather than setting a bad precedent for future trade talks as the 12 countries involved look to finish the deal this weekend.

Dairy won’t sign woeful deal

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Lower farm sale prices possible with low dairy payout

A decline in farm sale prices and values in some parts of the country is possible with the low dairy payout says a valuation and property services company.

Lower farm sale prices possible with low dairy payout

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Pastures new could boost dairy dollars

A doubling of the annual rate of pasture renewal could inject much needed extra income into the hard-hit dairy sector this season.

Pastures new could boost dairy dollars

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Opinion

  Don't go bonkers
Posted by Stephen Bell, Jul 14

I’ve been mad for years.
It started when I was young and takes on various guises.
I know as a teenage boy I was mad about girls and musi...

  Performance pays so don’t blame others
Posted by Allan Barber, Jul 31

The Red Meat Sector conference heard about various ways farmers can improve their performance in the face of cost incre...

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    Bo walking on a frozen pond for his first time.


    Photo by Jan MacKenzie, Ranfurly, Central Otago

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