Federated Farmers say that If OSPRI is to catch-up on under investment in the NAIT platform and deliver on workability and farmer support, levy increases are likely necessary.
Sir Ian Taylor may be a pioneer in technology and animation, but it is from the past he draws his strength and innovation.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) have released a handbook offering guidance on how to plant strategically to feed bees.
Organic farmers Dominique Schacherer and Logan Kerr have started to create their dream of regenerating part(s) of the Irwell River thanks to a chance meeting with Ellesmere Sustainable Agriculture Inc (ESAI) chairman Tim Chamberlain.
Earthworms improve the general condition of farming soils, reduce surface runoff of contaminants from pasture and prevent soil erosion.
New tools being developed through one of the Hill Country Futures programme aims to help farmers better manage sustainability and production across diverse landscapes within their farms.
MPI says its push on NAIT compliance is paying off with almost 90% of livestock farmers meeting their obligations in 2021.
Continuing poor returns for crossbred wool coupled with the emergence of triple drench resistance is driving an increasing number of sheep farmers to consider making the shift to low-input, no-shear Wiltshires.
AgResearch scientists' work to successfully breed low methane emitting sheep has the potential to help all NZ livestock farmers lower their carbon footprint.
Facial eczema (FE) is a disease which causes lowered production, skin irritation and peeling and sometimes death.
Around 5% of ewes in New Zealand have problems with their udders (udder defects).
Massey Ferguson has a new look for its iconic triple triangle logo, as well a completely new 'Born to Farm' brand identify for 2022.
After walking away with a Fieldays Innovation Award back in June 2021, Springarm Products has now signed a sole marketing agreement with Dannevirke-based Metalform.
The Power Farming Group's extensive offering has been complemented with the addition of the JCB Industrial product range.
Although this month's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is usually associated with the "geek brigade", global manufacturer John Deere chose it to launch new technology aimed at farmers and growers.
Kramer has introduced a further two models to its telehandler range – the mini KT144 and the medium-sized KT3610.
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