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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
Guy Trafford has been down on the farm looking at some of the new technologies available - and is impressed
11th Jul 23, 3:10pm
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Guy Trafford has been down on the farm looking at some of the new technologies available - and is impressed
Allan Barber reports that in key markets, demand for fake meat is sharply lower while demand for the real thing is rising. The climate impacts of red meat farming are getting better understood too
7th Jun 23, 10:36am
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Allan Barber reports that in key markets, demand for fake meat is sharply lower while demand for the real thing is rising. The climate impacts of red meat farming are getting better understood too
The Pastoral Greenhouse Gas Consortium's Mark Aspin on the journey to reduce methane emissions from farm animals
31st Mar 23, 10:30am
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The Pastoral Greenhouse Gas Consortium's Mark Aspin on the journey to reduce methane emissions from farm animals
Strong outlook for NZ beef, but new ideas needed to address key industry challenges – Rabobank report
19th Jan 23, 10:12am
by Guest
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Strong outlook for NZ beef, but new ideas needed to address key industry challenges – Rabobank report
Beef farmers are looking for efficiencies to deal with both the cost and climate change pressures. Pat Crawshaw discusses how the INZB program is helping that search
14th Dec 22, 10:48am
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Beef farmers are looking for efficiencies to deal with both the cost and climate change pressures. Pat Crawshaw discusses how the INZB program is helping that search
Angus Kebbell takes a look at two major global rural issues from an Irish perspective, assessing the impact the European drought will have on agricultural production, and how Ireland faces competition from Brazilian beef
3rd Sep 22, 10:56am
Angus Kebbell takes a look at two major global rural issues from an Irish perspective, assessing the impact the European drought will have on agricultural production, and how Ireland faces competition from Brazilian beef
Allan Barber reports that sharply fewer calves are being sold for rearing this year, the impact of which won't show up for two years. The dairy industry is finding out how much it needs the meat industry
31st Aug 22, 9:34am
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Allan Barber reports that sharply fewer calves are being sold for rearing this year, the impact of which won't show up for two years. The dairy industry is finding out how much it needs the meat industry
Guy Trafford reports on a land-use tussle in the Canterbury Kaituna Valley involving a proposed feedlot upstream from the already polluted Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere
21st Jun 22, 3:38pm
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Guy Trafford reports on a land-use tussle in the Canterbury Kaituna Valley involving a proposed feedlot upstream from the already polluted Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere
With beef prices and inflation at an all-time high in many markets around the world, Rabobank says now is not an easy time for the global beef sector to translate sustainability and emissions commitments into action
10th Jun 22, 12:37pm
by Guest
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With beef prices and inflation at an all-time high in many markets around the world, Rabobank says now is not an easy time for the global beef sector to translate sustainability and emissions commitments into action
Tractor sales have a strong year in 2021 as wheels kept turning in essential industries, but supply remains an issue
14th Jan 22, 11:27am
by Toby Allen
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Tractor sales have a strong year in 2021 as wheels kept turning in essential industries, but supply remains an issue
Keith Woodford reminds farmers the price of carbon is determined by Government. There lies the risk for carbon farming
23rd Aug 21, 10:41am
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Keith Woodford reminds farmers the price of carbon is determined by Government. There lies the risk for carbon farming
Given current carbon prices, the march of the pine trees across the landscape has only just begun. The implications are massive
14th Aug 21, 9:20am
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Given current carbon prices, the march of the pine trees across the landscape has only just begun. The implications are massive
Hard-hill country farmers need to look seriously at carbon farming opportunities as carbon prices keep rising
28th Jul 21, 12:31pm
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Hard-hill country farmers need to look seriously at carbon farming opportunities as carbon prices keep rising
Sheep-farming retreat will continue despite excellent meat prices, with carbon farming the mega-force
20th Jul 21, 12:15pm
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Sheep-farming retreat will continue despite excellent meat prices, with carbon farming the mega-force
South Island hill and high-country sheep farms are big and profitable but have limited options
1st Jul 21, 4:33pm
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South Island hill and high-country sheep farms are big and profitable but have limited options
Intensive sheep farms have been squeezed by dairy and are now drifting to beef with wool right out of the money
19th Jun 21, 8:56am
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Intensive sheep farms have been squeezed by dairy and are now drifting to beef with wool right out of the money
The North Island hill country is where sheep, beef, production forests and carbon farming all compete for land-use
3rd Jun 21, 2:49pm
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The North Island hill country is where sheep, beef, production forests and carbon farming all compete for land-use
The sheep and beef industry is getting squeezed from all sides, yet export returns exceed $7 billion
6th May 21, 10:29am
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The sheep and beef industry is getting squeezed from all sides, yet export returns exceed $7 billion
Government rejects & opposition embraces campaigners' calls for fresh waterways to be made 'swimmable' at the very least
30th Mar 16, 5:02am
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Government rejects & opposition embraces campaigners' calls for fresh waterways to be made 'swimmable' at the very least
Allan Barber sees tight margins, cutthroat farm gate procurement, over capacity and competitive market behaviour. He wonders how it can ever emerge from the quicksand
13th May 14, 10:47am
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Allan Barber sees tight margins, cutthroat farm gate procurement, over capacity and competitive market behaviour. He wonders how it can ever emerge from the quicksand
Conor English shows why meat farmers might have a tough time getting better returns
23rd Apr 14, 9:53am
by Guest
Conor English shows why meat farmers might have a tough time getting better returns
Bank says renewing pasture and forage is one of the key things red meat farmers can do
25th Feb 14, 9:45am
by Guest
Bank says renewing pasture and forage is one of the key things red meat farmers can do
Red meat sector programme formalised and set to boost farmer productivity and profitability, MPI says
11th Dec 13, 3:18pm
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Red meat sector programme formalised and set to boost farmer productivity and profitability, MPI says
English says drought 'will peg back GDP growth, but we don't know how much yet'; says will also make it 'bit harder' for Govt to make surplus in 2014/15
12th Mar 13, 2:28pm
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English says drought 'will peg back GDP growth, but we don't know how much yet'; says will also make it 'bit harder' for Govt to make surplus in 2014/15