A court has ruled that hidden camera footage showing cows being beaten with a steel pipe is unlawful partially on…
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An outbreak of facial eczema (FE) on the West Coast is driving home the need for FE-tolerant genetics, according to a farmer.
An animal nutritionist is urging farmers to look deeper than body condition score for a true understanding of their cows' skeletons in assessing their health.
The eight organisations that formed a Bobby Calf Action Group at the end of 2015 are well advanced on a range of initiatives ensuring best practice handling and management of bobby calves.
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.
A Manawatu farmer got an expensive reminder about managing intestinal parasites in stock when he was sentenced for animal welfare offences in the Palmerston North District Court yesterday.
I had an email recently from a woman whose father was looking to get a dog to help him on his small block.
Nine months since reports of cows collapsing on swede crops in Southland, the exact cause of the casualties is still uncertain.
The Bovine Tuberculosis Pest Management Plan is under review and farmers are urged to have their say.
You've heard of soy milk and almond milk……now’s time to meet Avocado milk.
King Country farmer Shane Ardern has never been afraid to be a bit different.
A small but select group of Fonterra farmers are on the cusp of setting a new milk payout record.
Our dairy industry risks being exposed to a ‘ticking time bomb’ of unethical players unlawfully passing off New Zealand-made and…