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COVID-19 had little impact on NZ sheepmeat and beef exports in February, says the Meat Industry Association (MIA).
MPI director general Ray Smith has praised the country’s farming leaders for their response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
It's business as usual for Timaru raw milk suppliers Stuart and Andrea Weir as the country is in total COVID-19 lockdown.
An analysis by two Christchurch economists has underlined the value of the farming sector to the country during the Level 4 COVID-19 lockdown.
Pig farmers want the Government to allow independent butchers to resume trading immediately and help avoid an animal welfare crisis on farms.
Anyone in the Te Puke area who is fit to work and wants a job can probably have one tomorrow, says Seeka chief executive Michael Franks.
Farmers are being urged to act now in response to new COVID-19 protocols for processing companies that will impact processing capacity.
Many doctors in rural parts of the country are facing a cash-flow crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wake up, New Zealand: that’s the message from a New Zealander trying to manage a large dairy farm in the UK amid the COVID-19 outbreak.