A modest 2% increase in primary production that will support
growth in export volumes over the coming year is predicted by
Ask Jaimee Smith the secret to her success in business and
the answer is simple - a lot of hard work.
When it comes to quality control, it's hard to beat the Bowan
family from South Canterbury.
Lincoln University student Peter Klaassen has won the first
World Young Shepherd Challenge.
The Animal Health Board is heralding an "exceptional year"
for bovine tuberculosis eradication.
Big is good. Being better is best.
Progress is being made on improving the demand for lamb in
the United States, those involved with the Tri-Lamb Group
The 2012 Otago Dairy Industry Awards will be launched in
An outbreak of the bacterial disease Psa-V is estimated to
cut kiwifruit production from above 110 million trays to 75
million over the next several years.
Federated Farmers wants value
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