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The pointy end of animal science is making progress via breeding and vaccines to deliver livestock that can meet market food demands in a way that allows farmers to produce it and meet both climate and sustainability requirements
11th Sep 21, 10:58am
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The pointy end of animal science is making progress via breeding and vaccines to deliver livestock that can meet market food demands in a way that allows farmers to produce it and meet both climate and sustainability requirements
Angus Kebbell talks to scientist Sinead Leahy about why and how the rural community needs to respond to the climate crisis, and why not responding will be worse for our rural businesses
6th Sep 21, 9:44am
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Angus Kebbell talks to scientist Sinead Leahy about why and how the rural community needs to respond to the climate crisis, and why not responding will be worse for our rural businesses
Big decisions still lie ahead as to how New Zealand reports its GHGs to the United Nations. Keeping short and long-life gases separate in the reporting headlines is vital
27th Mar 21, 9:32am
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Big decisions still lie ahead as to how New Zealand reports its GHGs to the United Nations. Keeping short and long-life gases separate in the reporting headlines is vital
Anaerobic digesters, natural feed supplements, and synthetic feed supplements all show promise in delivering substantial methane and other GHG emission reductions in livestock, with no apparent adverse effects on feed intake or animal health
24th Mar 21, 10:03am
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Anaerobic digesters, natural feed supplements, and synthetic feed supplements all show promise in delivering substantial methane and other GHG emission reductions in livestock, with no apparent adverse effects on feed intake or animal health
Guy Trafford says The Collective faces an uncertain future on the back of falsifying food testing records. In the meantime Synlait’s expansion continues. And has Fonterra (finally) made some good choices?
31st Oct 19, 10:54am
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Guy Trafford says The Collective faces an uncertain future on the back of falsifying food testing records. In the meantime Synlait’s expansion continues. And has Fonterra (finally) made some good choices?
Guy Trafford looks at what the latest variation to the Climate Response Bill the Government has handed out to farmers, and wonders what have the Greens received for their agreement
25th Oct 19, 10:07am
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Guy Trafford looks at what the latest variation to the Climate Response Bill the Government has handed out to farmers, and wonders what have the Greens received for their agreement
Guy Trafford looks at the lift in milk pay-outs from Fonterra and welcomes it but wonders if there is a potential downside. He also says it is no surprise that there are “no changes” to the Climate Response Bill regarding methane
23rd Oct 19, 2:01pm
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Guy Trafford looks at the lift in milk pay-outs from Fonterra and welcomes it but wonders if there is a potential downside. He also says it is no surprise that there are “no changes” to the Climate Response Bill regarding methane
Guy Trafford summarises the latest Government roll out of climate change rules. And he hopes RBNZ action isn’t a precursor of lean times ahead
9th Aug 19, 9:45am
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Guy Trafford summarises the latest Government roll out of climate change rules. And he hopes RBNZ action isn’t a precursor of lean times ahead
Government's industry-average rural climate change plans will mean gains innovative farmers make through adopting new technologies and management won't be recognised
17th Jul 19, 9:39am
Government's industry-average rural climate change plans will mean gains innovative farmers make through adopting new technologies and management won't be recognised
Spreading the weight of the GHG reduction load into transport will please some land owners but it doesn’t come without fish hooks
10th Jul 19, 2:53pm
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Spreading the weight of the GHG reduction load into transport will please some land owners but it doesn’t come without fish hooks
Keith Woodford says crippling carbon liabilities attaching to land that is carbon farmed will be all that is left after foreign investors harvest the first cycle gains
10th Jun 19, 5:16pm
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Keith Woodford says crippling carbon liabilities attaching to land that is carbon farmed will be all that is left after foreign investors harvest the first cycle gains
Keith Woodford exposes another difficult issue that has to be understood and resolved in relation to New Zealand’s proposed Zero Carbon Bill
1st Jun 19, 9:46am
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Keith Woodford exposes another difficult issue that has to be understood and resolved in relation to New Zealand’s proposed Zero Carbon Bill
There is much more work to be done as the Zero Carbon Bill works its way through to enactment, says Keith Woodford
13th May 19, 11:40am
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There is much more work to be done as the Zero Carbon Bill works its way through to enactment, says Keith Woodford
Guy Trafford wraps up some topical issues for dairy darmers, including the chance prices will stay high, and the work being done using a seaweed diet to control methane
8th Mar 19, 12:21pm
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Guy Trafford wraps up some topical issues for dairy darmers, including the chance prices will stay high, and the work being done using a seaweed diet to control methane
The push is on to adopt rules for a maximum residual level for a range of benign compounds in food products. That progress will open up new ways to control greenhouse gasses from agriculture
7th Nov 18, 9:06am
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The push is on to adopt rules for a maximum residual level for a range of benign compounds in food products. That progress will open up new ways to control greenhouse gasses from agriculture
Guy Trafford summarises the debate around how we should deal with methane emissions, and introduces you to the global regulation of SLCPs
31st Oct 18, 8:43am
Guy Trafford summarises the debate around how we should deal with methane emissions, and introduces you to the global regulation of SLCPs
Keith Woodford explains how the narrative is changing in regard to the need for methane emissions, with less need for drastic reductions
10th Sep 18, 11:17am
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Keith Woodford explains how the narrative is changing in regard to the need for methane emissions, with less need for drastic reductions
The necessary detail of what the targets will be for agriculture GHG reductions are getting proper attention finally. Market price signals generally positive
5th Sep 18, 8:44am
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The necessary detail of what the targets will be for agriculture GHG reductions are getting proper attention finally. Market price signals generally positive
High Court ruling on PSA may have stinging repercussions for MPI on mycoplasma bovis claims. Shows biosecurity risks need to be taken more seriously by Government
3rd Jul 18, 8:58am
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High Court ruling on PSA may have stinging repercussions for MPI on mycoplasma bovis claims. Shows biosecurity risks need to be taken more seriously by Government
For sheep & beef farmers, the tradeoffs needed to meet tighter GHG regulation are becoming clearer. If methane is out of the basic equation, less than 10% planted in trees could mop up all liable emissions
20th Jun 18, 10:21am
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For sheep & beef farmers, the tradeoffs needed to meet tighter GHG regulation are becoming clearer. If methane is out of the basic equation, less than 10% planted in trees could mop up all liable emissions
Real science puts agricultural methane in its proper place as a contributor to greenhouse gas emmissions, a 'flow' pollutant and less concerning than 'stock' pollutants like carbon dioxide
13th Jun 18, 8:55am
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Real science puts agricultural methane in its proper place as a contributor to greenhouse gas emmissions, a 'flow' pollutant and less concerning than 'stock' pollutants like carbon dioxide
New Zealand researchers report a significant step towards reducing methane emissions from livestock
29th Apr 15, 8:15pm
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New Zealand researchers report a significant step towards reducing methane emissions from livestock