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intensive farming

30th Apr 14, 11:21am
Allan Barber doubts existing market incentives will allow a reduction in nutrient pollution in waterways even though most individual farms may achieve their targets
Allan Barber doubts existing market incentives will allow a reduction in nutrient pollution in waterways even though most individual farms may achieve their targets
30th Apr 14, 11:21am
23rd Apr 14, 10:25am
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Will Foley reviews the Ruataniwha debate from a farmer's perspective and under the overall framework of the IPCC warnings
Will Foley reviews the Ruataniwha debate from a farmer's perspective and under the overall framework of the IPCC warnings
23rd Apr 14, 10:25am
22nd Apr 14, 2:44pm
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We are not regulating our land effectively nor are we using it wisely says Ciaran Keough. He says the benchmarks are Holland, and what Fonterra is doing in China
We are not regulating our land effectively nor are we using it wisely says Ciaran Keough. He says the benchmarks are Holland, and what Fonterra is doing in China
22nd Apr 14, 2:44pm
21st Apr 14, 7:52am
Willy Leferink has some common sense advice for dairy farmers: run your business better than the legal standards and you won't be a target
Willy Leferink has some common sense advice for dairy farmers: run your business better than the legal standards and you won't be a target
21st Apr 14, 7:52am
11th Apr 14, 3:00pm
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David Skegg wants us to stop pretending that we can have our dairying cake and eat it - we urgently need to make the hard choices for the environment with intensive farming
David Skegg wants us to stop pretending that we can have our dairying cake and eat it - we urgently need to make the hard choices for the environment with intensive farming
11th Apr 14, 3:00pm
3rd Apr 14, 9:36am
Willy Leferink says farming is central to civilisation, and ask's where’s the global leadership, or morality, in us throttling back food production?
Willy Leferink says farming is central to civilisation, and ask's where’s the global leadership, or morality, in us throttling back food production?
3rd Apr 14, 9:36am
27th Mar 14, 2:15pm
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William Rolleston tells WTO that farmers "must earn our licence to operate and develop from wider society" and wants rural science more widely understood
William Rolleston tells WTO that farmers "must earn our licence to operate and develop from wider society" and wants rural science more widely understood
27th Mar 14, 2:15pm
20th Mar 14, 12:12pm
Willy Leferink is not happy that city media misunderstand the progress farmers are making, ignoring today's successes while reporting yesterday's failures
Willy Leferink is not happy that city media misunderstand the progress farmers are making, ignoring today's successes while reporting yesterday's failures
20th Mar 14, 12:12pm
18th Mar 14, 1:01am
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Water management in New Zealand. A road map for understanding water value, given that most agree the RMA approach is flawed
Water management in New Zealand. A road map for understanding water value, given that most agree the RMA approach is flawed
18th Mar 14, 1:01am
11th Mar 14, 5:00pm
Willy Leferink points out that "every $1 in the milk payout we cannot make removes $300 from the pocket of every man, women and child in New Zealand"
Willy Leferink points out that "every $1 in the milk payout we cannot make removes $300 from the pocket of every man, women and child in New Zealand"
11th Mar 14, 5:00pm
26th Feb 14, 1:32pm
"Instead of throwing rocks at us from the sideline, we need environmentalists, politicians and scientists to work with us for [a] better way" - Willy Leferink
"Instead of throwing rocks at us from the sideline, we need environmentalists, politicians and scientists to work with us for [a] better way" - Willy Leferink
26th Feb 14, 1:32pm
13th Feb 14, 9:45am
Willy Leferink is frustrated with how New Zealand TV news trivialises animal welfare issues
Willy Leferink is frustrated with how New Zealand TV news trivialises animal welfare issues
13th Feb 14, 9:45am
11th Feb 14, 11:52am
Willy Leferink explains how the system punishes farmers and lets cities off similar environmental errors
Willy Leferink explains how the system punishes farmers and lets cities off similar environmental errors
11th Feb 14, 11:52am
1st Feb 14, 9:33am
Willy Leferink explains the love-hate relationship farmers have with their banks, and why they are indispensible to farming's future
Willy Leferink explains the love-hate relationship farmers have with their banks, and why they are indispensible to farming's future
1st Feb 14, 9:33am
22nd Jan 14, 11:42am
Federated Farmers explains why Gareth Morgan is wrong when he criticises NZ dairy farmers, points out Morgan's dairy experience is not local
Federated Farmers explains why Gareth Morgan is wrong when he criticises NZ dairy farmers, points out Morgan's dairy experience is not local
22nd Jan 14, 11:42am
13th Jan 14, 3:22pm
Rodney Dickens explores the impact the dairying 'revolution' is having on New Zealand, the consequences, and the prospects
Rodney Dickens explores the impact the dairying 'revolution' is having on New Zealand, the consequences, and the prospects
13th Jan 14, 3:22pm
6th Jan 14, 5:43pm
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Water storage is more than a farming tool it is a legitimate climate adaptation tool as well: Fed Farmers
Water storage is more than a farming tool it is a legitimate climate adaptation tool as well: Fed Farmers
6th Jan 14, 5:43pm
19th Dec 13, 3:02pm
Bruce Wills has greetings and four wishes for the new year
Bruce Wills has greetings and four wishes for the new year
19th Dec 13, 3:02pm
19th Dec 13, 2:41pm
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Federated Farmers says the red meat sector is worth 35 annual Avatars and could be much more
Federated Farmers says the red meat sector is worth 35 annual Avatars and could be much more
19th Dec 13, 2:41pm
27th Nov 13, 11:10am
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Willy Leferink points out that results of academic models have been poor predicters of recent water quality improvement; innovative remediation does bring improvement
Willy Leferink points out that results of academic models have been poor predicters of recent water quality improvement; innovative remediation does bring improvement
27th Nov 13, 11:10am

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Days to the General Election: 36
See Party Policies here. Party Lists here.