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28th Feb 21, 10:41am
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Angus Kebbell talks to Kelly Forster about the important He Waka Eke Noa Primary Sector Climate Action Partnership, the way forward for how we will meet our environmental goals, international climate commitments, and financial goals
Angus Kebbell talks to Kelly Forster about the important He Waka Eke Noa Primary Sector Climate Action Partnership, the way forward for how we will meet our environmental goals, international climate commitments, and financial goals
28th Feb 21, 10:41am
27th Feb 21, 10:47am
Sarah Donaldson is the country's only clinical psychologist who specialises in rural health and wellbeing. She talks to Angus Kebbell about her work and how professional approaches can ease stress in rural life
Sarah Donaldson is the country's only clinical psychologist who specialises in rural health and wellbeing. She talks to Angus Kebbell about her work and how professional approaches can ease stress in rural life
27th Feb 21, 10:47am
20th Feb 21, 12:26pm
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Angus Kebbell talks to farmer Roger Lumsden about how deeply technology and the management control it gives are embedded into dairy farming systems, advances that should be recognised as major improvers of environmental outcomes
Angus Kebbell talks to farmer Roger Lumsden about how deeply technology and the management control it gives are embedded into dairy farming systems, advances that should be recognised as major improvers of environmental outcomes
20th Feb 21, 12:26pm
13th Feb 21, 10:10am
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Angus Kebbell talks to ANZCO's Grant Bunting about new work being done to make beef production sustainable. Will consumers actually pay for the added costs of growing beef cattle this way?
Angus Kebbell talks to ANZCO's Grant Bunting about new work being done to make beef production sustainable. Will consumers actually pay for the added costs of growing beef cattle this way?
13th Feb 21, 10:10am
6th Feb 21, 3:24pm
Angus Kebbell talks to the Rural Support Trust's Felicity Clark about how her unique program is helping Bay of Plenty farming families cope with rising stress levels in their businesses and in their communities
Angus Kebbell talks to the Rural Support Trust's Felicity Clark about how her unique program is helping Bay of Plenty farming families cope with rising stress levels in their businesses and in their communities
6th Feb 21, 3:24pm
30th Jan 21, 9:31am
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Angus Kebbell talks to Paul Rangiwahia about how his art is used to address wellbeing issues within the rural community. And the scale of NZ dairy industry's carbon footprint advantage is revealed
Angus Kebbell talks to Paul Rangiwahia about how his art is used to address wellbeing issues within the rural community. And the scale of NZ dairy industry's carbon footprint advantage is revealed
30th Jan 21, 9:31am
23rd Jan 21, 11:07am
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The recent hailstorm in the Nelson region will have a huge impact on the local economy, raising stress and anxiety for horticulturalists and their workers alike. Other rural sectors are enjoying much better conditions
The recent hailstorm in the Nelson region will have a huge impact on the local economy, raising stress and anxiety for horticulturalists and their workers alike. Other rural sectors are enjoying much better conditions
23rd Jan 21, 11:07am
16th Jan 21, 10:43am
Farming is a pressure business, with the usual weather and markets issues being compounded with pandemic and inflexible regulation in the past year. The stress needs to be dealt with and reaching out to the local Rural Trust people is a key
Farming is a pressure business, with the usual weather and markets issues being compounded with pandemic and inflexible regulation in the past year. The stress needs to be dealt with and reaching out to the local Rural Trust people is a key
16th Jan 21, 10:43am
19th Dec 20, 9:35am
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Angus Kebbell finds that New Zealand’s sheep and beef sector is unique globally in terms of the amount of native forest on its land, and Government policy changes should strengthen that, not undermine it
Angus Kebbell finds that New Zealand’s sheep and beef sector is unique globally in terms of the amount of native forest on its land, and Government policy changes should strengthen that, not undermine it
19th Dec 20, 9:35am
12th Dec 20, 10:08am
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Angus Kebbell talks to Karl Dean about dairy farming, the pressures and the positives after a year like no other. The dairy industry is now a key component of the growing beef industry
Angus Kebbell talks to Karl Dean about dairy farming, the pressures and the positives after a year like no other. The dairy industry is now a key component of the growing beef industry
12th Dec 20, 10:08am
5th Dec 20, 9:16am
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Dryland farmers push ahead with effective environmental improvements even as Wellington tries to impose one-size-fits-all rules that are counterproductive in these types of areas, reports Angus Kebbell
Dryland farmers push ahead with effective environmental improvements even as Wellington tries to impose one-size-fits-all rules that are counterproductive in these types of areas, reports Angus Kebbell
5th Dec 20, 9:16am
30th Nov 20, 9:42am
Angus Kebbell investigates how COVID has changed and improved the way livestock is traded, finding innovation at saleyards, and also the development of new ways to trade
Angus Kebbell investigates how COVID has changed and improved the way livestock is traded, finding innovation at saleyards, and also the development of new ways to trade
30th Nov 20, 9:42am
21st Nov 20, 10:07am
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What the newly-agreed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership trade deal means for New Zealand agriculture. Angus Kebbell explores two views from rural New Zealand
What the newly-agreed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership trade deal means for New Zealand agriculture. Angus Kebbell explores two views from rural New Zealand
21st Nov 20, 10:07am
14th Nov 20, 9:57am
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How to get better lambing from pasture-based systems. Sue McCoard discusses lamb rearing with Angus Kebbell
How to get better lambing from pasture-based systems. Sue McCoard discusses lamb rearing with Angus Kebbell
14th Nov 20, 9:57am
7th Nov 20, 8:59am
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Angus Kebbell explores the current biosecurity risks with MPI's Peter Thomson, their current priorities, and how they are preparing for the inevitable, but fortunately rare, border breaches
Angus Kebbell explores the current biosecurity risks with MPI's Peter Thomson, their current priorities, and how they are preparing for the inevitable, but fortunately rare, border breaches
7th Nov 20, 8:59am
31st Oct 20, 9:36am
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Angus Kebbell explores how drones can be used on farms, not only to do difficult existing work more effectively, but do new things to bring rapid productivity improvements
Angus Kebbell explores how drones can be used on farms, not only to do difficult existing work more effectively, but do new things to bring rapid productivity improvements
31st Oct 20, 9:36am
24th Oct 20, 9:35am
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Angus Kebbell investigates the arable farming sector and finds it makes a large contribution to the New Zealand rural economy. But the pandemic has introduced new challenges, but maybe also highlighted some key advantages
Angus Kebbell investigates the arable farming sector and finds it makes a large contribution to the New Zealand rural economy. But the pandemic has introduced new challenges, but maybe also highlighted some key advantages
24th Oct 20, 9:35am
17th Oct 20, 9:22am
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Angus Kebbell makes the case for more agri-tourism that features our sustainable agriculture with high-value visitors that allows for a growing trade with a lighter footprint. Farmers will need to develop the core attractions
Angus Kebbell makes the case for more agri-tourism that features our sustainable agriculture with high-value visitors that allows for a growing trade with a lighter footprint. Farmers will need to develop the core attractions
17th Oct 20, 9:22am
10th Oct 20, 9:15am
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Angus Kebbell takes an updated look at the farm succession problem, looking at how new realities are affecting the options. He also points out carbon neutrality is probably closer for many farms than is realised
Angus Kebbell takes an updated look at the farm succession problem, looking at how new realities are affecting the options. He also points out carbon neutrality is probably closer for many farms than is realised
10th Oct 20, 9:15am
5th Oct 20, 5:13pm
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The progress many livestock farmers have made over many decades has built impressive resilience. As an industry, that has allowed New Zealand to survive COVID well. The urban political classes might be noticing - or is it just electioneering?
The progress many livestock farmers have made over many decades has built impressive resilience. As an industry, that has allowed New Zealand to survive COVID well. The urban political classes might be noticing - or is it just electioneering?
5th Oct 20, 5:13pm
26th Sep 20, 9:23am
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Pressures on farming from policy uncertainty is rising and generating anxiety in rural communities. Funding mental health support is a bottom-of-the-cliff approach, allowing policymakers to ignore their responsibility
Pressures on farming from policy uncertainty is rising and generating anxiety in rural communities. Funding mental health support is a bottom-of-the-cliff approach, allowing policymakers to ignore their responsibility
26th Sep 20, 9:23am
20th Sep 20, 11:44am
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Making long term improvements to farm soils in sympathy with nature's challenges is tough enough. But doing it in the face of misguided Wellington bureaucrats rules and politics is even tougher. The pressure is now intense
Making long term improvements to farm soils in sympathy with nature's challenges is tough enough. But doing it in the face of misguided Wellington bureaucrats rules and politics is even tougher. The pressure is now intense
20th Sep 20, 11:44am
12th Sep 20, 10:16am
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Climate change will probably have the greatest impact on agriculture here through changes in climate variability and climate extremes
Climate change will probably have the greatest impact on agriculture here through changes in climate variability and climate extremes
12th Sep 20, 10:16am
5th Sep 20, 10:20am
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Angus Kebbell summarises what is required by the new freshwater management policies, and has a few thoughts from a farming perspective
Angus Kebbell summarises what is required by the new freshwater management policies, and has a few thoughts from a farming perspective
5th Sep 20, 10:20am
31st Aug 20, 12:08pm
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Earthquake risk and climate change in the Wairarapa valley are the focus of Angus Kebbell's review of how farmers are meeting the challenges
Earthquake risk and climate change in the Wairarapa valley are the focus of Angus Kebbell's review of how farmers are meeting the challenges
31st Aug 20, 12:08pm

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