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Comparing pasture-raised beef to grain finished beef and a plant-based alternative identified better human health outcomes for the pasture-raised product, just another key outcome from the science that supports NZ farmers
16th Oct 21, 10:13am
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Comparing pasture-raised beef to grain finished beef and a plant-based alternative identified better human health outcomes for the pasture-raised product, just another key outcome from the science that supports NZ farmers
Angus Kebbell talks with with Robyn Dynes of AgResearch about how reduced nitrate application can not only benefit water quality and GHG emissions, but the resulting lower stock numbers doesn't have to mean lower production
31st May 21, 10:04am
Angus Kebbell talks with with Robyn Dynes of AgResearch about how reduced nitrate application can not only benefit water quality and GHG emissions, but the resulting lower stock numbers doesn't have to mean lower production
Angus Kebbell talks to AgResearch's Graeme Bourdôt about how the war on weeds is being ramped up with intensive field work and savvy computer models
15th Mar 21, 5:23pm
Angus Kebbell talks to AgResearch's Graeme Bourdôt about how the war on weeds is being ramped up with intensive field work and savvy computer models
Angus Kebbell talks to Paul Rangiwahia about how his art is used to address wellbeing issues within the rural community. And the scale of NZ dairy industry's carbon footprint advantage is revealed
30th Jan 21, 9:31am
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Angus Kebbell talks to Paul Rangiwahia about how his art is used to address wellbeing issues within the rural community. And the scale of NZ dairy industry's carbon footprint advantage is revealed
Guy Trafford reports that local markets are feeling the crosswinds of trade war tensions and the pandemic even if New Zealand and its exports are not directly targeted
17th Jul 20, 10:32am
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Guy Trafford reports that local markets are feeling the crosswinds of trade war tensions and the pandemic even if New Zealand and its exports are not directly targeted
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Lamb over $7/kg cwt, mutton at $5 and Chinese return to lift demand for crossbred wool
21st Nov 17, 4:29pm
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The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Lamb over $7/kg cwt, mutton at $5 and Chinese return to lift demand for crossbred wool
Allan Barber reports there is real proof it’s worth breeding good white faced calves for the beef industry, and reducing the number of bobbies to the works
19th Sep 17, 10:13am
Allan Barber reports there is real proof it’s worth breeding good white faced calves for the beef industry, and reducing the number of bobbies to the works
The government's 40% export goal, climate change, clean rivers and a case of augmented reality; With the goggles on, things look fine. But AgResearch reveals the cold, hard reality in our agriculture emissions efforts
30th Jul 17, 8:08am
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The government's 40% export goal, climate change, clean rivers and a case of augmented reality; With the goggles on, things look fine. But AgResearch reveals the cold, hard reality in our agriculture emissions efforts
The Weekly Dairy Report: More calls for peak cow numbers as wet spring conditions look to return from last year
19th Jul 17, 3:08pm
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The Weekly Dairy Report: More calls for peak cow numbers as wet spring conditions look to return from last year
The Sheep, Deer and Cattle Report: More wet weather and cold conditions forecast as winter proper tests supplementary feed reserves
18th Jul 17, 11:05am
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The Sheep, Deer and Cattle Report: More wet weather and cold conditions forecast as winter proper tests supplementary feed reserves
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Farmers running with weaning, drafting, dagging, shearing, and feed conservation all before Christmas
13th Dec 16, 3:58pm
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Farmers running with weaning, drafting, dagging, shearing, and feed conservation all before Christmas
AgResearch to cut 18% of research staff; scientists and farmers fear Govt's got its science funding priorities wrong
24th Sep 15, 4:57pm
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AgResearch to cut 18% of research staff; scientists and farmers fear Govt's got its science funding priorities wrong
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Some rain for some areas gives hope, but markets are still weak
24th Feb 15, 9:51am
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Some rain for some areas gives hope, but markets are still weak
The Sheep Deer and Cattle report: Breeding stock winters down, shearing slow and ruckus at Invermay and Lincoln University continues
4th Jun 14, 11:48am
The Sheep Deer and Cattle report: Breeding stock winters down, shearing slow and ruckus at Invermay and Lincoln University continues
AgResearch commences design phase: commits to the future at four campuses, including Invermay
29th May 14, 2:25pm
by Guest
AgResearch commences design phase: commits to the future at four campuses, including Invermay
Southern breeders fight to maintain Invermay research centre, resisting AgResearch efforts to shift it to a new Lincoln hub
6th May 14, 10:27am
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Southern breeders fight to maintain Invermay research centre, resisting AgResearch efforts to shift it to a new Lincoln hub
Red meat sector gets research support to maintain a world leading position in pastoral animal and plant genetics
29th Jan 14, 3:19pm
by Guest
Red meat sector gets research support to maintain a world leading position in pastoral animal and plant genetics
Bruce Wills sees encouraging progress on a number of fronts based on science, market research, and sector strategies
1st Jan 14, 10:39am
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Bruce Wills sees encouraging progress on a number of fronts based on science, market research, and sector strategies
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Stable beef, easing venison but values strong for crossbred wool and spring lambs
6th Nov 13, 11:19am
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Stable beef, easing venison but values strong for crossbred wool and spring lambs
The Weekly Livestock Report: Strong early lamb contracts, wool rebounds and prime beef shortages
10th Sep 13, 3:15pm
The Weekly Livestock Report: Strong early lamb contracts, wool rebounds and prime beef shortages
Allan Barber reports on two genetics programmes critical for improving productivity. Will farmers adopt the results?
6th Sep 13, 10:31am
Allan Barber reports on two genetics programmes critical for improving productivity. Will farmers adopt the results?
Allan Barber says it wasn't company labs but Govt inspectors who got the Fonterra testing wrong
29th Aug 13, 7:59am
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Allan Barber says it wasn't company labs but Govt inspectors who got the Fonterra testing wrong
Lincoln to become where world-class educators, research organisations and businesses drive rural innovation and exports
29th Apr 13, 2:58pm
by Guest
Lincoln to become where world-class educators, research organisations and businesses drive rural innovation and exports
A total of $83 mln will be spent over 18 years to reduce rural emissions 30% by 2030 reports Allan Barber. A good investment?
5th Feb 13, 9:07am
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A total of $83 mln will be spent over 18 years to reduce rural emissions 30% by 2030 reports Allan Barber. A good investment?
AgResearch study shows oral cattle drench is the most effective. Do we need more independant evaluations for farming products?
22nd Nov 12, 3:53pm
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AgResearch study shows oral cattle drench is the most effective. Do we need more independant evaluations for farming products?