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The Lincoln University Dairy Farm (LUDF) is showing the way to make a profit even with the depressed world prices for milk solids.
Farmers needing extra hands to herd heifers, plant trees, build fences or clean up under woolsheds are offered help by a new and unusual bunch of workers -- Handy Landys.
Landpower had joined other agri-companies in sponsoring $850,000 of agricultural technology, service and advice for Lincoln University.
The aging population in agriculture is working against New Zealand, says Lincoln University's Jon Hickford.
Lincoln University has been named by Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce as one of three successful applicants to host a NZ-China Research Collaboration Centre.
Contractors are working at pace to convert 53% of Lincoln University's Ashley Dene farm into a world-leading dairy research farm, in time for milking in late July.
A key message to all growers or farmers using fungicides is to use all available modes of action in different products and not rely on a single fungicide action group.
Lincoln's part in a $156m World Bank-funded project to sustainably manage and help spread technology through Indonesian agriculture was formally recognised last week.
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Dairy farmers are being told to brace for a big drop in milk payout next season.
OPINION: There is another pandemic sweeping the nation.
Former Fonterra chairman Sir Henry van der Heyden will be offering his thoughts on the future of the NZ dairy…