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Angus Kebbell

Angus Kebbell talks to a South Canterbury farmer about the current state of farming and what ails the sector
17th Feb 24, 3:25pm
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Angus Kebbell talks to a South Canterbury farmer about the current state of farming and what ails the sector
Angus Kebbell says society should look to corporates to solve the emissions issues, and restrain them from just using offsetting fudges. Rather they should directly cut their own emissions
10th Feb 24, 9:50am
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Angus Kebbell says society should look to corporates to solve the emissions issues, and restrain them from just using offsetting fudges. Rather they should directly cut their own emissions
Angus Kebbell is looking for those farmer-friendly policies that the National Party campaigned on. He lists the key changes and 'progress' farmers want to see in 2024
31st Jan 24, 11:10am
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Angus Kebbell is looking for those farmer-friendly policies that the National Party campaigned on. He lists the key changes and 'progress' farmers want to see in 2024
Angus Kebbell delves into the work being done by Otago South River Care, an upgraded farmer-led project, to build its fresh water assets as a key component in the value of livestock products
14th Dec 23, 10:00am
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Angus Kebbell delves into the work being done by Otago South River Care, an upgraded farmer-led project, to build its fresh water assets as a key component in the value of livestock products
David Norton says there is a strong need for a biodiversity financing system. There is currently a significant funding gap for the work to protect and restore biodiversity which needs addressing or this crucial work won't get done
3rd Dec 23, 9:13am
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David Norton says there is a strong need for a biodiversity financing system. There is currently a significant funding gap for the work to protect and restore biodiversity which needs addressing or this crucial work won't get done
Beef+Lamb NZ gets a seat at the global advocate for sustainable beef. Angus Kebbell reports what this means. And he takes the temperature of farmers at the Christchurch A&P Show
23rd Nov 23, 9:02am
Beef+Lamb NZ gets a seat at the global advocate for sustainable beef. Angus Kebbell reports what this means. And he takes the temperature of farmers at the Christchurch A&P Show
Angus Kebbell reviews the farmer joint submission to the Climate Change Commission and wonders why, if everyone agrees about the science, why is there disagreement about the targets?
11th Nov 23, 9:39am
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Angus Kebbell reviews the farmer joint submission to the Climate Change Commission and wonders why, if everyone agrees about the science, why is there disagreement about the targets?
With farm profitability forecast to drop sharply this year, a focus on costs and what drives them is top of mind for most farmers. Angus Kebbell summarises the key challenges
27th Oct 23, 12:20pm
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With farm profitability forecast to drop sharply this year, a focus on costs and what drives them is top of mind for most farmers. Angus Kebbell summarises the key challenges
New rules for carbon forestry are in force from November 3, 2023. Angus Kebbell explains what they mean for foresters, including for stream crossings, sediment loss from limited harvests, and access track drainage, among other things
14th Oct 23, 10:11am
New rules for carbon forestry are in force from November 3, 2023. Angus Kebbell explains what they mean for foresters, including for stream crossings, sediment loss from limited harvests, and access track drainage, among other things
Maria Shanks says investing in the mental health of farmers yields substantial benefits, not only for individuals but for the health of farming in the country in general
30th Sep 23, 10:18am
Maria Shanks says investing in the mental health of farmers yields substantial benefits, not only for individuals but for the health of farming in the country in general
The need for and production of food isn't going away. Angus Kebbell says we should celebrate the work farmers do, and make sure the progress they make on climate change is science-based to protect global food security
16th Sep 23, 10:43am
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The need for and production of food isn't going away. Angus Kebbell says we should celebrate the work farmers do, and make sure the progress they make on climate change is science-based to protect global food security
Technology is not only playing an increasing role on farms, but in Marlborough it is juicing a big comeback for livestock farming. Justin Stevens explains his farm's transformation to Angus Kebbell
9th Sep 23, 11:48am
Technology is not only playing an increasing role on farms, but in Marlborough it is juicing a big comeback for livestock farming. Justin Stevens explains his farm's transformation to Angus Kebbell
Large diversified livestock farming businesses that focus on high-end progeny can flourish with savvy management and good teamwork. Tom Macfarlane explains his operational philosophy to Angus Kebbell
31st Aug 23, 9:35am
Large diversified livestock farming businesses that focus on high-end progeny can flourish with savvy management and good teamwork. Tom Macfarlane explains his operational philosophy to Angus Kebbell
Targeted marketing in high-end food service sectors in the US, Europe and China is bringing handsome rewards outside of the traditional commodity markets
19th Aug 23, 9:57am
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Targeted marketing in high-end food service sectors in the US, Europe and China is bringing handsome rewards outside of the traditional commodity markets
Angus Kebbell reviews the three options being offered to change the permanent forest category of the Emissions Trading Scheme
12th Aug 23, 9:26am
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Angus Kebbell reviews the three options being offered to change the permanent forest category of the Emissions Trading Scheme
Angus Kebbell reviews the four options offered to rescue the failing Emissions Trading Scheme
10th Aug 23, 9:03am
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Angus Kebbell reviews the four options offered to rescue the failing Emissions Trading Scheme
In a drive to their recapture pre-pandemic initiative, the deer industry has refreshed its marketing activity, focused on targeted North American food service markets and Asian velvet opportunities
31st Jul 23, 12:44pm
In a drive to their recapture pre-pandemic initiative, the deer industry has refreshed its marketing activity, focused on targeted North American food service markets and Asian velvet opportunities
It turns out there are some good nutrition benefits inherent in New Zealand sheep milk. Angus Kebbel talks to Amber Milan, a research fellow at the Liggins Institute
22nd Jul 23, 9:29am
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It turns out there are some good nutrition benefits inherent in New Zealand sheep milk. Angus Kebbel talks to Amber Milan, a research fellow at the Liggins Institute
Consultation on the proposal for land with a local slope of less than 5 degrees where beef cattle and deer will be required to be excluded from waterways is underway. The Government is looking for feedback on practicality, or alternatives
17th Jul 23, 2:38pm
Consultation on the proposal for land with a local slope of less than 5 degrees where beef cattle and deer will be required to be excluded from waterways is underway. The Government is looking for feedback on practicality, or alternatives
Sue McCoard from Agresearch takes Angus Kebbell through effective feeding systems to increase sheep milk production while ensuring lamb growth and health
8th Jul 23, 9:54am
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Sue McCoard from Agresearch takes Angus Kebbell through effective feeding systems to increase sheep milk production while ensuring lamb growth and health
Angus Kebbell finds more farmer voices chafing under new land-use proposals and regulations in the run-up to the 2023 election
24th Jun 23, 10:07am
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Angus Kebbell finds more farmer voices chafing under new land-use proposals and regulations in the run-up to the 2023 election
Research shows consumers want to buy red meat but affordability is an issue. With farmers getting about $5.50/kg, why is ground beef $22+/kg and other cuts up to $57/kg? It's not farmers causing affordability resistance
10th Jun 23, 9:59am
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Research shows consumers want to buy red meat but affordability is an issue. With farmers getting about $5.50/kg, why is ground beef $22+/kg and other cuts up to $57/kg? It's not farmers causing affordability resistance
Wyoming rancher Ron Rabou got dealt a tough hand when his father suddenly died. His story of how he worked through a messy succession situation is instructive for Kiwi farmers, says Angus Kebbell
3rd Jun 23, 10:59am
Wyoming rancher Ron Rabou got dealt a tough hand when his father suddenly died. His story of how he worked through a messy succession situation is instructive for Kiwi farmers, says Angus Kebbell
Angus Kebbell sets out the case for why farmers must support their industry bodies - a seat at the table, and a willingness to engage and influence the inevitable compromises will always beat partisan disengagement
20th May 23, 10:15am
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Angus Kebbell sets out the case for why farmers must support their industry bodies - a seat at the table, and a willingness to engage and influence the inevitable compromises will always beat partisan disengagement
Angus Kebbell talks to farmers who are assessing how emissions taxes will affect their operations, their business, and what sequestration will and won't be counted
6th May 23, 4:56pm
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Angus Kebbell talks to farmers who are assessing how emissions taxes will affect their operations, their business, and what sequestration will and won't be counted