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Angus Kebbell talks with Andrew Barton about a new large extension to the Amuri Irrigation scheme south of the Hurunui River. Overall this scheme will take a maximum of 12 cu/m/sec of a river that flows 100 cu/m/sec
13th Jun 21, 5:12pm
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Angus Kebbell talks with Andrew Barton about a new large extension to the Amuri Irrigation scheme south of the Hurunui River. Overall this scheme will take a maximum of 12 cu/m/sec of a river that flows 100 cu/m/sec
Angus Kebbell talks to Nick Taylor about how one North Canterbury region turned its communities into active, thriving and diverse social centers
22nd May 21, 11:21am
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Angus Kebbell talks to Nick Taylor about how one North Canterbury region turned its communities into active, thriving and diverse social centers
Guy Trafford assesses the pushing and shoving going on about who will set agriculture policies in a group that has little affinity with rural issues and is light on rural talent
22nd Oct 20, 10:25am
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Guy Trafford assesses the pushing and shoving going on about who will set agriculture policies in a group that has little affinity with rural issues and is light on rural talent
North Canterbury farmers cope well with drought but challenges remain for the new season
15th Jul 20, 11:20am
North Canterbury farmers cope well with drought but challenges remain for the new season
Angus Kebbell discusses the strategic shifts irrigation allows to supply up-market consumers with safe pasture-based food options and how a North Canterbury region is working to target those markets
6th Jun 20, 11:39am
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Angus Kebbell discusses the strategic shifts irrigation allows to supply up-market consumers with safe pasture-based food options and how a North Canterbury region is working to target those markets
Angus Kebbell talks to a Hurunui River dairy farmer and DOC's chief scientist about how land use changes brought by irrigation are changing the river catchment water quality
30th May 20, 10:30am
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Angus Kebbell talks to a Hurunui River dairy farmer and DOC's chief scientist about how land use changes brought by irrigation are changing the river catchment water quality
From mammoth investments in China, to tiny reductions in New Zealand, Guy Trafford updates some important key rural industry events, and is pleased to see renewed resilience investment in irrigation projects
30th Apr 20, 11:33am
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From mammoth investments in China, to tiny reductions in New Zealand, Guy Trafford updates some important key rural industry events, and is pleased to see renewed resilience investment in irrigation projects
Dairy prices surprisingly resilient in face of China's woes. Growing calls to heed the science of water storage to mitigate climate stress effects
21st Feb 20, 9:09am
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Dairy prices surprisingly resilient in face of China's woes. Growing calls to heed the science of water storage to mitigate climate stress effects
Opinion: To take advantage of water as a unique strategic asset, one that could power our economy and make us less dependent on fossil fuels, we are going to have to build and pay to reap those advantages
30th Dec 19, 10:24am
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Opinion: To take advantage of water as a unique strategic asset, one that could power our economy and make us less dependent on fossil fuels, we are going to have to build and pay to reap those advantages
Nature has shown it definitely has the upper hand. Soil carbon science may challenge some current practices. The Government's freshwater proposals have some councils worried about how they are going to pay
11th Dec 19, 9:54am
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Nature has shown it definitely has the upper hand. Soil carbon science may challenge some current practices. The Government's freshwater proposals have some councils worried about how they are going to pay
Guy Trafford looks at what is current in the dairy industry. The stable dairy auction results and Fonterra share price indicate a quiet period, for a while, at least
17th Oct 19, 4:34pm
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Guy Trafford looks at what is current in the dairy industry. The stable dairy auction results and Fonterra share price indicate a quiet period, for a while, at least
Guy Trafford has a look at where the world’s fresh water is situated and how New Zealand is placed. He decides water is our competitive advantage for the future
4th Sep 19, 2:33pm
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Guy Trafford has a look at where the world’s fresh water is situated and how New Zealand is placed. He decides water is our competitive advantage for the future
Guy Trafford looks at how the plant-based meat industry is developing in China and whether it is a threat to New Zealand exporters. Boris seems to have taken a leaf from Trump's book. And Hawkes Bay looks to storing water, again
30th Aug 19, 9:14am
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Guy Trafford looks at how the plant-based meat industry is developing in China and whether it is a threat to New Zealand exporters. Boris seems to have taken a leaf from Trump's book. And Hawkes Bay looks to storing water, again
Guy Trafford on the downturn in forestry, Australia's struggles in the Murray/Darling basin, and New Zealand's water storage opportunities hampered by bureaucrats
17th Jul 19, 9:48am
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Guy Trafford on the downturn in forestry, Australia's struggles in the Murray/Darling basin, and New Zealand's water storage opportunities hampered by bureaucrats
Hawke's Bay irrigation back on the table courtesy of the Provincial Growth Fund. The Costco impact. New regulation may kill live animal exports
13th Jun 19, 8:28am
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Hawke's Bay irrigation back on the table courtesy of the Provincial Growth Fund. The Costco impact. New regulation may kill live animal exports
The NZ Initiative's Eric Crampton on all things freshwater; the state of play, irrigation, quality, cap & trade, water management, prices & more
26th Oct 18, 10:00am
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The NZ Initiative's Eric Crampton on all things freshwater; the state of play, irrigation, quality, cap & trade, water management, prices & more
Guy Trafford updates the latest on irrigation, dog safety, sheep dairy, dryland feed, and wraps up what is happening with market prices
3rd Oct 18, 5:39pm
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Guy Trafford updates the latest on irrigation, dog safety, sheep dairy, dryland feed, and wraps up what is happening with market prices
Dairy pices fall on higher WMP offerings, and despite EU production drop. Politics and regulation gnaw at irrigation. Weather change puts back El Nino-effect prediction
6th Sep 18, 9:08am
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Dairy pices fall on higher WMP offerings, and despite EU production drop. Politics and regulation gnaw at irrigation. Weather change puts back El Nino-effect prediction
Guy Trafford and IrrigationNZ's Andrew Curtis argue irrigation and agreement on water policy will be crucial for food production in the future
11th Aug 18, 10:34am
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Guy Trafford and IrrigationNZ's Andrew Curtis argue irrigation and agreement on water policy will be crucial for food production in the future
Irrigation is essential if we are to build practical resilience to climate change and prevent parched lands and roaming wildfires, says Guy Trafford
7th Aug 18, 11:34am
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Irrigation is essential if we are to build practical resilience to climate change and prevent parched lands and roaming wildfires, says Guy Trafford
Dairy Report: Competition ramps up for A2 milk and infant formula products, all for China markets. MPB focus changes with eradication still a goal, GDT auction shows little change
4th Apr 18, 5:14pm
Dairy Report: Competition ramps up for A2 milk and infant formula products, all for China markets. MPB focus changes with eradication still a goal, GDT auction shows little change
Dairy Report: Fonterra's woes overshadow Synlait's records. But share prices of both rise. MPB now looks unstoppable
22nd Mar 18, 9:26am
Dairy Report: Fonterra's woes overshadow Synlait's records. But share prices of both rise. MPB now looks unstoppable
Dairy Report: Irrigation in the South Island insulated dairy farms from drought this year allowing maintained production. North Island makes a fast recovery
16th Mar 18, 10:04am
Dairy Report: Irrigation in the South Island insulated dairy farms from drought this year allowing maintained production. North Island makes a fast recovery
Allan Barber sees ongoing trade access challenges, irrigation, and the growth of China as a food customer all among what will be the key issues in 2018
16th Jan 18, 4:38pm
Allan Barber sees ongoing trade access challenges, irrigation, and the growth of China as a food customer all among what will be the key issues in 2018
Allan Barber sees debt, environmental restraints, land use regulation, and market forces all moving to make growth in our dairy herd unlikely in the future
16th Aug 17, 9:56am
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Allan Barber sees debt, environmental restraints, land use regulation, and market forces all moving to make growth in our dairy herd unlikely in the future