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Farmers and calf rearers are being urged to make biosecurity a top priority during calving this spring.
Cutting edge technology designed to simulate biosecurity threats has emerged from the collaboration of two Hamilton companies.
How can you minimise the risks of introducing new diseases or parasites when bringing stock into your farm ‘bubble’ from another one?
An invasive weed that can reduce water quality and block irrigation systems has been discovered in the Waikato River.
Scientists are calling on farmers to help in the quest for the biological control of the noxious weed, nassella tussock.
Biosecurity New Zealand has ended fruit fly operations and lifted restrictions on the movement of fruit and vegetables on Auckland’s North Shore.
A group of 50 New Zealand companies have signed a first-of-its-kind pledge to protect New Zealand from pests and diseases.
Bay of Plenty dairy farmer Darryl Jensen rears calves and sees farm biosecurity as a necessity. For effective traceability and disease management he operates a ‘closed farm system’ along with a beef farmer and grazier