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Northland farmers caught up in the Mycoplasma bovis saga can now access government assistance from a local office.
A product that could reduce the need for anthelmintics during lamb weaning has received government funding for a trial.
The Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) has paid out almost $124 million in compensation for claims related to the cattle disease, Mycoplasma bovis.
Agriculture Minister, Damien O’Connor, says the Ministry for Primary Industries is continuing to stay connected to federal authorities in Australia as devastating fires affect the country.
New Zealand feed manufacturers are lifting their game when it comes to quality and safety of their products.
It's time to give complying raw milk suppliers a break by easing the regulations on distribution, says a supplier.
A simple DIY test for farmers is a cost-effective way to manage nitrogen levels in soil, a three-year project has shown.