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A combination of unusual conditions has bothered sheep farmers Hamish and Alastair Craw on their Banks Peninsula farm, Longridge Agriculture Ltd, for 10 years, says Ravensdown.
Neil and Dot Smith are a far cry from the days of when they had to walk their cows for two days to get to their winter grazing.
A Rangitikei farming family is able to look to the future with certainty, having secured a 25-year controlled land use consent.
Fertiliser maker Ballance says it will continue to absorb the impact of a weaker New Zealand dollar and hold prices for most major nutrients through December.
Waikato farmer Brad Kilgour was so pleased with the Marco turnips he planted this year that he will double his planting this coming summer, says the supplier, Ravensdown.
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