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National’s agriculture spokesman, Todd Muller on the role the Government needs to play for agriculture businesses.
Meat processing companies have gained praise for the way they handled the challenges around COVID-19 from an unlikely source – the union.
Te Kuiti-based electrician Terry Waite’s demand that the Government apologise to farmers for the way it has treated them – especially over the last couple of years – has failed.
OPINION: If any good can come out of the current COVID-19 crisis it will be greater acknowledgement of the importance of New Zealand’s agriculture sector to the economy.
A young Kiwi, Los Angeles-based, filmmaker has made good use of the lockdown period to help farmers battling with mental health issues.
Farmers are being offered a chance to get an update on what is happening in Ireland and New Zealand in the COVID-19 environment.
The lasting effects of the drought are seen by Rural Contractors NZ board members as a bigger challenge for contractors and farmers than COVID-19.