The Hound understands that Mike Petersen’s time as NZ agriculture’s special trade envoy will soon end.
THERE’S NOTHING to choose between kale and fodder beet as winter feeds, so long as you feed plenty of them, research from Lincoln University’s Ashley Dene farm shows.
A NEW Lincoln University education and research facility aims to help boost profitability in the sheep sector.
LINCOLN AGRITECH Ltd is celebrating 50 years of researching and encouraging agricultural engineering.
THE BUSINESS plans and personal requirements of small-herd dairy farmers are to be put under the spotlight as part of a survey being organised by Lincoln University Lecturer in Agricultural Management and Agribusiness, Dr Victoria Westbrooke, and Research Fellow, Dr Peter Nuthall.
AN ANALYSIS of profit data shows farmers receive $4 return for every dollar spent on professional farm consultants.
THE LINCOLN Hub partners have welcomed the Minister for Science and Innovation and Tertiary Education's announcement of the Government's agreement in principle to provide funding towards the rebuilding of science facilities at Lincoln University.
ST PETER'S School, Cambridge and Lincoln University have announced a new joint venture that will replicate in the Waikato the hugely successful demonstration dairy farm that the University and its partners operate in Canterbury.
AN INCREASINGLY sophisticated food industry stemming from the globalised nature of food production also means more complex issues around food safety and security.
RECENT RESEARCH by a group of scientists, Dr Paul (Long) Cheng, Chris Logan, Professor Grant Edwards and Dr Huitong Zhou, from the Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Lincoln University, is helping to unravel a long-standing puzzle in the farming world.