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A group of emerging horticultural leaders who have recently returned from an executive study tour in Europe say it’s been eye opening, amazing and life changing in terms of their careers.
The numbers of students taking up agricultural degrees at Massey University is not really increasing, according to Professor Peter Kemp – head of the School of Agriculture and Environment at Massey.
Once-a-day (OAD) milking was up for discussion at a recent Small Milk and Supply Herds (SMASH) field day at Massey University.
Public attitudes on environmental issues are driving policy, according to the director of the Farmed Landscapes Research Centre (FLRC) at Massey University.
Massey University students looking to fund their studies in the pork industry have until March 10 to apply for up to four New Zealand Pork Industry Board scholarships.
Public attitudes are very strong on environmental issues such as clean water and that is driving policy according to the Director of the Farmed Landscapes Research Centre (FLRC) at Massey University.
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.