The past 12 months have been full on for the New Zealand wine industry.
Everyday management of contracting businesses – particularly scrutinising job sheets and getting accounts prepared – can takes many hours and is prone to invoicing mistakes.
New Zealand farmers now have a new weapon in the fight against the noxious velvetleaf weed: the camera on their iPhone.
A new app for farmers has been launched by LIC Automation to help those with CellSense in-line sensors to more easily manage mastitis in their herd.
An interactive web tool to help dairy farmers plan and implement plantings along their waterways is getting good uptake, says DairyNZ.
The Health and Safety at Work Act puts the onus on employers or organisations to ensure employees are safe by identifying any risks they are likely to come across during their working day.
Building on its popular Good Bulls Guide, Dairy Australia's new Good Bulls app makes it easier for dairy farmers to identify bulls that meet their breeding priorities.
Synlait founder and former Purata chief executive Juliet Maclean have teamed up with two former colleagues to create NZ's first technology-based health and safety system for farmers.
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