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Enjoying role helping select merino genes

Enjoying role helping select merino genes

Anna Vaughan got ''hooked'' on merino sheep while undertaking work experience at Lake Coleridge Station, in the Canterbury high country, during her university summer.

Dunedin: time to 'stir it up a bit', coach says

Dunedin: time to 'stir it up a bit', coach says

Anne Bond has a simple philosophy.

Crowd funding licence

PledgeMe is licensed for equity crowd funding.

Flow-on effect from lower milk payout

Flow-on effect from lower milk payout

Belt-tightening is expected across the dairy industry, with flow-on effects for rural communities, as farmers face a substantial drop in income this season.

Milk price 'shock' for farmers

Milk price 'shock' for farmers

Dairy farmers' incomes could drop by more than $4 billion this season after Fonterra yesterday slashed its milk price forecast from $7 to $6.

MIE business plan a road to reform

Meat Industry Excellence says it will give farmers a ''road map for reform'' of the red meat sector through what it promises will be a ''grunty and robust'' business plan.

Small and local with global view

Techion Group might comprise ''a little team in a tin shed in South Dunedin'' but the animal parasite diagnostics company is making waves internationally.

Protein powder research identifies market gap

Protein powder research identifies market gap

When University of Otago graduate Polly Withers started researching protein powders last year, she knew nothing about protein or nutritional products.

Cuff calling time as CEO

Cuff calling time as CEO

Alliance Group chief executive Grant Cuff is stepping down in December after nine years in the position.

Spotlight on droving way of life

Spotlight on droving way of life

When it comes to chronicling New Zealand's agricultural history, much has been written about the role of shepherds and stockmen.