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Merely being in the top 10% of meat producers was not enough for the 2016 Lincoln University Foundation South Island Farmers of the Year, Neil and Lyn Campbell.
The recent upgrade of the Oceania Dairy Ltd (ODL) plant in South Canterbury has boosted suppliers’ confidence, says farmer Andrew McFarlane.
Failure to meet its own goals for reproductive performance (industry targets) has been much talked about at Lincoln University Dairy Farm (LUDF).
Dairy farmers are being warned to keep a lookout for a common virus which may be becoming more virulent in New Zealand herds.
A tall grass touted as a multi-purpose wonder plant has proved its worth as a shelterbelt replacement for Canterbury dairy farms, says Lincoln University ecology professor Steve Wratten.
Lincoln University student, Sarah Lockhart, is this year’s recipient of the Ravensdown Hugh Williams Scholarship.
Lincoln University vice-chancellor professor Robin Pollard has opened the 2017 academic year with an upbeat assessment of the agricultural university’s prospects.
A South Canterbury couple have been named the 2016 Lincoln University Foundation Farmer of the Year, based on a detailed and analytical approach to farm management.