The biggest New Zealand Winegrower event of the year has wrapped up.
The equation is simple for dairy farmers around Lake Rotorua: agree to reduce the nutrient discharges from your farms into the lake and collectively pocket $40 million.
A Lincoln University PhD student is putting New Zealand’s vaunted paddock-based dairy industry to the test.
Thirteen research projects have received funding approvals totalling $3.1 million through MPI’s Sustainable Land Management and Climate Change (SLMACC) research programme.
Consumers will buy New Zealand produce based on taste, price and convenience; the ‘clean, green’ image may not be so much a factor, says a visiting European expert.
Much loved kiwi breeding stud "Two Toes" has been released for the last time at the Tanekaha Community Pest Control Area in Northland.
Federated Farmers is on board with challenges laid down by Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment.
Selective breeding of cattle and sheep and adjusting rumen biology will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Northland landowners keen to secure heavily subsidised poplars and willows to help control erosion and protect water quality should get in quick.
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