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Irish farm machinery sales are now a commonplace in New Zealand, as shown by the Irish presence at the National Fieldays.
Prime Minister John Key has officially opened Zespri’s new sales and marketing hub in Singapore, which has been set up to manage the kiwifruit industry’s growth.
Prime Minister John Key says the lower dairy payout brings an even greater need for innovation in the primary sector.
Since being awarded the Case IH franchise in 2009, Giltrap Agri-Zone has won an increasing share of the tractor market in the Waikato region.
Fonterra is pouring at least $1 billion into plant upgrades to improve efficiency and boost returns to farmer shareholders.
Prime Minister John Key says India knows it needs a free trade agreement (FTA) with New Zealand, though an FTA is always “challenging” for the agricultural sector of any country we negotiate with.
There is a clear political mandate for reform of the Resource Management Act, says Federated Farmers.
Feds president Dr William Rolleston says vital reforms to the RMA have been stalled for want of support from National's partners in the last Parliament.
IMPROVED BROADBAND and cloud software is set to radically enhance farmer's ability to manage their farming business in the next 3-5 years, says farm management software company CRS Software.
Visitor numbers on the opening day of the 2014 National Fieldays at Mystery Creek was down from last year; and the weather may be to blame.
NZ PRIME MINISTER John Key will discuss the Government's inquiry into Fonterra false-alarm food safety scare last year with top leaders when he visits China this month.
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Fonterra is selling its troubled China Farms business.
New farming rules around sustainability are driving elderly farmers out of the dairy industry, says agri-economist Phil Journeaux.
New Zealand is heading for an unprecedented shutdown.