The past 12 months have been full on for the New Zealand wine industry.
Differences are publicly emerging between farmer leaders and DairyNZ over support for the Government’s policies on sustainability.
A bunch of chooks have added to the positive attention New Zealand primary industries have been receiving online recently.
A New Zealand online video showing thousands of free range hens rushing outside into the sun and open fields has gone viral with 620,000 views and growing.
Many farmers are using social media – notably Twitter – to share information on how best to manage the dry spell.
The old image of farmers being dyed in the wool consumers of traditional media, late adopters of digital technology and low users of social media has been blown apart by a major piece of research commissioned by Waikato/Bay of Plenty based agency, King St.
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