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Dealing with change and unexpected events may be a normal part of farming, but previous experiences may not prepare us for seasonal changes that don't revert to normal
5th Jun 21, 10:26am
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Dealing with change and unexpected events may be a normal part of farming, but previous experiences may not prepare us for seasonal changes that don't revert to normal
Guy Trafford notes that as climate impacts steadily rise, we are making only half-hearted efforts to meet our international obligations as Governments press harder on agriculture but leave urban voters largely unaffected
18th Nov 20, 11:41am
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Guy Trafford notes that as climate impacts steadily rise, we are making only half-hearted efforts to meet our international obligations as Governments press harder on agriculture but leave urban voters largely unaffected
Climate change will probably have the greatest impact on agriculture here through changes in climate variability and climate extremes
12th Sep 20, 10:16am
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Climate change will probably have the greatest impact on agriculture here through changes in climate variability and climate extremes
Earthquake risk and climate change in the Wairarapa valley are the focus of Angus Kebbell's review of how farmers are meeting the challenges
31st Aug 20, 12:08pm
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Earthquake risk and climate change in the Wairarapa valley are the focus of Angus Kebbell's review of how farmers are meeting the challenges
Angus Kebbell looks at the changes coming to Canterbury land use and farming practices from climate change, with expert comments from a NIWA scientist
23rd Aug 20, 3:34pm
Angus Kebbell looks at the changes coming to Canterbury land use and farming practices from climate change, with expert comments from a NIWA scientist
International dairy prices are looking sound, however not everything is rosy in the US. Meanwhile the local dry spell is starting to get serious and may impact commodity prices, while the coronavirus has everyone watching
30th Jan 20, 9:47am
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International dairy prices are looking sound, however not everything is rosy in the US. Meanwhile the local dry spell is starting to get serious and may impact commodity prices, while the coronavirus has everyone watching
Drought, disease and more extreme weather all predicted in Auckland Council climate change report
23rd Mar 19, 9:50am
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Drought, disease and more extreme weather all predicted in Auckland Council climate change report
Guy Trafford rounds up the week's dairy issues on the value of irrigation as a climate adaption, black beetles, sheep dairying, & more
3rd Feb 19, 8:29am
Guy Trafford rounds up the week's dairy issues on the value of irrigation as a climate adaption, black beetles, sheep dairying, & more
The Weekly Dairy Report: The Auction and Oceania prices still strong as spring milk starts to flow into the vat
9th Aug 17, 11:31am
The Weekly Dairy Report: The Auction and Oceania prices still strong as spring milk starts to flow into the vat
The Weekly Dairy Report: Environmental plans may hinder future dairy expansion as managers look for other ways to increase production
28th Jun 17, 1:07pm
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The Weekly Dairy Report: Environmental plans may hinder future dairy expansion as managers look for other ways to increase production
The Weekly Dairy Report: Dry off draws near with the dairy regions reporting a big variability in yearly production success
10th May 17, 2:26pm
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The Weekly Dairy Report: Dry off draws near with the dairy regions reporting a big variability in yearly production success
The Weekly Dairy Report: The OECD warns NZ on slow environmental progress of intensive agriculture as the milk auction returns to the positive
22nd Mar 17, 2:58pm
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The Weekly Dairy Report: The OECD warns NZ on slow environmental progress of intensive agriculture as the milk auction returns to the positive
The Weekly Dairy Report: Fonterra lifts predicted payout with market lift, as farmers redo budgets and plan future carefully ahead
23rd Nov 16, 8:17am
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The Weekly Dairy Report: Fonterra lifts predicted payout with market lift, as farmers redo budgets and plan future carefully ahead
Keith Woodford looks at weather events and the broader need for farm system resilience
9th Aug 16, 7:42pm
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Keith Woodford looks at weather events and the broader need for farm system resilience
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Dry, dry, dry in many eastern areas as some SFF shareholders refuse to accept the Chinese deal
3rd May 16, 11:01am
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The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Dry, dry, dry in many eastern areas as some SFF shareholders refuse to accept the Chinese deal
The Weekly Dairy Report: Auction results indicate this years payout still at risk
16th Apr 15, 9:04am
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The Weekly Dairy Report: Auction results indicate this years payout still at risk
The Weekly Dairy Report: Gloom returns to the market after a sharp decline in auction prices
8th Apr 15, 11:54am
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The Weekly Dairy Report: Gloom returns to the market after a sharp decline in auction prices
The Weekly Dairy Report: Prices and drought rock confidence, rain lifts facial excema spore counts
11th Feb 15, 9:22am
The Weekly Dairy Report: Prices and drought rock confidence, rain lifts facial excema spore counts
The Weekly Dairy Report: As yet, predicted payout little influence in dairy farm sale decisions
28th Jan 15, 10:51am
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The Weekly Dairy Report: As yet, predicted payout little influence in dairy farm sale decisions
The Weekly Dairy Report: Some farmers hit with feed shortages and low prices but as yet production holds on
14th Jan 15, 12:06pm
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The Weekly Dairy Report: Some farmers hit with feed shortages and low prices but as yet production holds on
The Weekly Dairy Report: Fonterra drops payout by 60c as budgets get even tighter
10th Dec 14, 10:37am
The Weekly Dairy Report: Fonterra drops payout by 60c as budgets get even tighter
The Weekly Dairy Report: Auction prices lift but so does the currency
16th Oct 14, 2:09pm
The Weekly Dairy Report: Auction prices lift but so does the currency
The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Beef export demand now evident in saleyard prices but 10 week venison rise stops
7th Oct 14, 3:07pm
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The Sheep Deer and Cattle Report: Beef export demand now evident in saleyard prices but 10 week venison rise stops
Ruataniwha nitrogen leaching rules set precedent to devastate farming says Irrigation NZ
25th May 14, 7:31pm
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Ruataniwha nitrogen leaching rules set precedent to devastate farming says Irrigation NZ
The Weekly Dairy Report: Now too much rain in the south, Danone enters NZ milk processing market
2nd May 14, 11:59am
The Weekly Dairy Report: Now too much rain in the south, Danone enters NZ milk processing market