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Minister for Primary Industries Nathan Guy says several regions -- in addition to Northland – are under close drought watch.
Farmers need to stay positive; dealing with drought is part of the challenge of farming, particularly in Northland, says Okaihau dairy farmer Roger Hutchings.
The Minister for Primary Industries, Nathan Guy, says independent quake-relief volunteer efforts are “fantastic”, but he suggests farmers needing help get it via a Federated Farmers scheme.
A bizarre weather pattern is dividing the country right down the middle, with some areas facing serious drought and others swamped with too much rain.
Nathan Guy says some kind of trade deal with the US may still be possible, despite President Trump saying no to the TPP.
Primary Industry Minister Nathan Guy hopes formal negotiations for a free trade agreement (FTA) between New Zealand and the European Union (EU) will begin later this year.
Farmers who need an extra hand on the farm as a result of November’s earthquake and aftershocks can call 0800 FARMING (327 646) and have their needs matched with skilled workers and volunteers.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy retained his portfolio in the new Cabinet unveiled by Prime Minister Bill English yesterday.
Primary Industries Ministers Nathan Guy and Jo Goodhew have welcomed Fonterra's announcement that it will be investing $240 million to build a new mozzarella plant at its Clandeboye site in South Canterbury.
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