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Fodder and sugar beets are shaping up to be the next big thing in grazing management, with the high yield, low cost option expected to take off in Australia as it has in New Zealand.
Farmers need to accurately determine fodder beet yields in order to maximise gains and minimise risk.
A renowned conservationist says the world and New Zealand is failing to fulfil many of the basic principles of sustainability.
Lincoln University students are scouring the country to discover new insect species and keep ahead of potential threats to agriculture and the environment.
A Lincoln University PhD student has carried out a study that uses computer modelling to understand more about how plants respond to drought.
Lincoln University have appointed veterinarian and Lincoln alumna Dr Teresa Moore as their new director of farms.
While wholesale milk prices may be on their way up, we need to be aware of “retailers’ revenge” says a food marketing specialist.
Results from a survey of wine tourists in Central Otago are being described as “invaluable” by leading winegrowers in the region.
Entries for the 2015 Lincoln University Foundation South Island Farmer of the Year award span the spectrum of New Zealand’s agriculture industry, says the Lincoln University Foundation.