The past forms the present and the present leads to the future. That is basically the theme of this issue…
A newly released study suggests major irrigation projects in Kaipara and the mid-north of Northland could create hundreds of jobs and boost the regional economy by tens of millions annually.
Northland dairy farmers are still “amazingly upbeat” despite the drought declaration, says Northland Rural Support Trust secretary/coordinator Julie Jonkers.
Drought has cost Northland dearly in recent years, but a new study shows more than 90,000ha of it could potentially be irrigated offering greater protection from dry weather and contributing millions to the local economy.
After a spike in cases of leptospirosis in Northland, farmers are being urged to take care around animals and to vaccinate their livestock.
Good results have been seen in boosting profitability from pasture management on two Northland 'partner farms'.
Investment in dairy farm effluent systems and stock exclusion have shown good results in Northland and are a good news story, says the Northland Regional Council.
Northlanders are encouraged to get out and support their rural community when the region's biggest agricultural event is held later this week.
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