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Winton newlyweds' winning form

Winton newlyweds' winning form

March will go down as a memorable month for Winton 50% sharemilkers Steve Henderson and Tracy Heale.

Irrepressible 234 selected as link ram

Irrepressible 234 selected as link ram

When it comes to prolific breeding, it does not get much better than Lochern 234-07.

Day a chance to give it a go

Day a chance to give it a go

Sarah O'Connell says she did not choose agriculture as a career - it chose her.

Potential - and pitfalls - in crowd-funding

Potential - and pitfalls - in crowd-funding

When it comes to crowd-funding, PledgeMe founder Anna Guenther reckons it is all about the crowd.

Chance 'to fill in the gaps'

Farmers are being urged to vote in favour of a genetics investment proposal that will bring together New Zealand's sheep and beef genetics in a new collaboration.

AgResearch CEO welcomes meeting

AgResearch CEO welcomes meeting

A meeting in Gore next week will be a good opportunity to ''bust some of the myths'' doing the rounds about AgResearch's restructuring plans, chief executive Dr Tom Richardson says.

More milk leads to price dips

A near 20% jump in volumes offered in this week's GlobalDairyTrade auction led to a 4% dip in overall prices - the biggest fall since the middle of last year.

Milk production up 4% in regions

Milk production in Otago-Southland is up 4% for the season to the end of February, compared with the previous corresponding period, and up 6% nationally.

Ex-AgResearch director disappointed over plans

A former AgResearch director, who was on the board when the decision was made to establish four ''centres of excellence'', including Invermay, is disappointed with the plans to cut jobs at the research centre.

Dogs and their masters ruff out the weather for trials

Dogs and their masters ruff out the weather for trials

Lee Stream went to the dogs last week - but all for a good cause.