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Farmers understand they must work with the Government to improve the environment, says a noted Massey University scholar.
Both Massey University’s top scholars for 2019 are from dairy farming families and both are DairyNZ scholarship students.
A scholarship for up to five students each year, studying Massey University’s Bachelor of Horticultural Science degree has been launched by kiwifruit exporter Zezpri.
A Massey PhD student known as the ‘worm detective’ for his work on sheep worms will represent New Zealand on a huge global stage in Germany in November.
Massey veterinarian Kate Griffiths recently outlined the results of a six year trial looking at the ability of a ewe to survive as a productive animal until she is culled for age.
While udders are vital for lamb survival, surprisingly little research has been done on udder health.
Taking a she’ll-be-right attitude to leptospirosis is no longer good enough, says an international expert on leptospirosis, Associate Professor Jackie Benschop, of Massey University.