Correct cluster attachment and removal is crucial during milking.
As a strong dairy cooperative, Fonterra understands the importance of providing comprehensive assistance to farmers, including a range of services at no extra cost.
Paul Clement admits to being a “one-eyed Cantabrian”, but he has no regrets about buying his Awatuna farm on the West Coast.
Whakatane dairy farmer Bridie Virbickas says her stint as an associate director on the DairyNZ board was very helpful.
Two of the international judges candidly admitted they were surprised when they judged in New Zealand for the first time this week.
Converting the family dairy farm to a regenerative model 15 years ago is paying dividends for Springston farmers Clyde and Rachael McIntosh.
Thoughts of healthy waterways get Dr Belinda Margetts out of bed in the morning.
A study arising from a partnership with Ravensdown, AgResearch and Ngāi Tahu Farming, has created a benchmark approach to testing the health of soils.
It's a wee issue but with a big environmental impact, and a new award-winning technology developed by AgResearch may help farmers to address it.
Nine months after Cyclone Gabrielle struck, affected farmers are slowly getting back on their feet, and many have the CNH Industrial initiative ‘Commence the Re-Fence’ to thank for helping relieve some of the pain of the massive rebuild.
A calf born at a Waikato Holstein Friesian stud has stunned her owner with her incredibly high credentials – surpassing his hope that she was going to be one out of the box.
AgrizeroNZ, the public- private joint venture helping farmers reduce their emissions, has appointed Wayne McNee as its chief executive.
Fonterra farmers can now lease next generation milk chilling technology and enjoy the many benefits that come with it.
With the fertiliser spreading season in full swing, a Central Otago dairy farmer has embraced the benefits of GPS mapping and automated data management, resulting in substantial savings of both time and money.
At the end of this year, and after nearly 25 years working for Pioneer, I will retire.
They say that good things come in small packages – and the modest but mighty Waiview Stud in Marlborough is certainly punching above its weight.
When Westland Milk Products needed to set up a system to support their farmer suppliers to get their greenhouse gas (GHG) emission numbers, they opted for a collaborative approach using OverseerFM.
The next generation of cow health monitoring technology has arrived, and it includes some game-changing advantages, according to one of New Zealand’s early adopters.
Early detection and action are key to keeping fall armyworm populations under control, preventing economic damage to maize and sweetcorn crops, according to Foundation for Arable Research (FAR).
Over the next three weeks, leading lights from within the agriculture industry will come together with a shared purpose - to help the world’s best producers of milk stand strong.
An online feed sourcing and delivery platform, Feed Finder, has been launched to help farmers.
West Coast dairy farmer and Holstein Friesian breeder Alex King has innovation and adaptability in his blood.
How often should an effluent pond be stirred?
The number of kingfishers, fantails and other native birds are increasing on Mark and Devon Slee’s Canterbury farm, thanks to extensive planting in recent years.