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Maury Leyland, Fonterra's managing director of people, culture and safety, and member of Fonterra's Management Team has resigned for personal reasons.
The "once in a lifetime opportunity to spend a week with other like-minded farmers and world class presenters" was the impetus for farmer Blair Drysdale to apply for the Rabobank Farm Managers Program.
Deer Industry NZ is fielding an upsurge in the number of farmers wanting to join an Advance Party (AP).
Minimum management standards expected of Canterbury’s farmers by June 2017 are defined in a newly released booklet, albeit without a single number on associated nutrient losses.
The need for farmers to have a sound strategy to avoid flip-flopping from year to year is now more important than ever.
Western Australian dairy farmers Ruth and Ian McGregor can only rely on pasture for five months of the season on their Chapman Hill farm, near Busselton, so each blade grown must be maximised.
Carefully consider feed planning decisions to keep cows in milk while maintaining their condition, advises DairyNZ.
NEW STRATEGIES for targeted treatment to control scour worms (Trichostrongylus spp.) in sheep are being developed in Australia to avoid drench resistance.
DURING THE lead-up to the launch of ‘Farming in the Cloud’, Xero discovered on average only about 10% of farmers have onfarm accounting software, says Xero’s rural specialist Ben Richmond.