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Angus Kebbell

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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
Rural women who want to build a business from their home base are showing that with drive and technology, a vast array of businesses can be established successfully. Finding the unique market gap is crucial
29th Aug 21, 11:00pm
Rural women who want to build a business from their home base are showing that with drive and technology, a vast array of businesses can be established successfully. Finding the unique market gap is crucial
Angus Kebbell talks to North Canterbury farmer Fiona Bush about how her farm is responding to climate, water, land-use, and political changes. Utilising and relying on off-farm expert advice is becoming a bigger part of farm management
11th Aug 21, 12:23pm
Angus Kebbell talks to North Canterbury farmer Fiona Bush about how her farm is responding to climate, water, land-use, and political changes. Utilising and relying on off-farm expert advice is becoming a bigger part of farm management
Angus Kebbell talks with Grant Bunting of the Processor Working Group set up to help farmers work out their greenhouse gas footprint and build a plan to reduce it
2nd Aug 21, 9:19am
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Angus Kebbell talks with Grant Bunting of the Processor Working Group set up to help farmers work out their greenhouse gas footprint and build a plan to reduce it
Angus Kebbell talks with Ronlyn Duncan from Landcare about the support available for improving sustainability practices on farms
20th Jul 21, 10:26am
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Angus Kebbell talks with Ronlyn Duncan from Landcare about the support available for improving sustainability practices on farms
Angus Kebbell talks with Fraser McGougan, a Taneatua dairy farmer who has taken a very pro-active approach to the changing goal posts of 'sustainability', helping lead a substantial regional attitude shift on farms
13th Jul 21, 9:54am
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Angus Kebbell talks with Fraser McGougan, a Taneatua dairy farmer who has taken a very pro-active approach to the changing goal posts of 'sustainability', helping lead a substantial regional attitude shift on farms
Angus Kebbell talks with Rachael Halder about how one key project in the Aparima River basin is engaging all 600+ farms so that through modelling and monitoring, the actions of every farm plan will be linked to water quality outcomes
5th Jul 21, 9:12am
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Angus Kebbell talks with Rachael Halder about how one key project in the Aparima River basin is engaging all 600+ farms so that through modelling and monitoring, the actions of every farm plan will be linked to water quality outcomes
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
Dealing with change and unexpected events may be a normal part of farming, but previous experiences may not prepare us for seasonal changes that don't revert to normal
5th Jun 21, 10:26am
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Dealing with change and unexpected events may be a normal part of farming, but previous experiences may not prepare us for seasonal changes that don't revert to normal
Angus Kebbell talks with with Robyn Dynes of AgResearch about how reduced nitrate application can not only benefit water quality and GHG emissions, but the resulting lower stock numbers doesn't have to mean lower production
31st May 21, 10:04am
Angus Kebbell talks with with Robyn Dynes of AgResearch about how reduced nitrate application can not only benefit water quality and GHG emissions, but the resulting lower stock numbers doesn't have to mean lower production
Angus Kebbell talks with with Richard Kyte of Thriving Southland exploring how they are enabling long-term adaption at the farm level to expected changes in rainfall in their region and meet their freshwater targets
25th May 21, 4:29pm
Angus Kebbell talks with with Richard Kyte of Thriving Southland exploring how they are enabling long-term adaption at the farm level to expected changes in rainfall in their region and meet their freshwater targets
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
Angus Kebbell talks to Hilton Collier about the different challenges Māori agri-business has with the He Waka Eke Noa climate partnership obligations, and the way their approach takes the long term view
15th May 21, 11:33am
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Angus Kebbell talks to Hilton Collier about the different challenges Māori agri-business has with the He Waka Eke Noa climate partnership obligations, and the way their approach takes the long term view
Angus Kebbell talks to Genevieve King about how a farm diversification project became a vital way to survive drought conditions, build resilience and value, and be part of the solution to farm succession issues
8th May 21, 11:56am
Angus Kebbell talks to Genevieve King about how a farm diversification project became a vital way to survive drought conditions, build resilience and value, and be part of the solution to farm succession issues
Angus Kebbell talks to Phil Journeaux about how the He Waka Eka Noa Primary Sector Climate Action Partnership is developing the capacity to measure emissions in a better way than what an ETS would impose
28th Apr 21, 9:00am
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Angus Kebbell talks to Phil Journeaux about how the He Waka Eka Noa Primary Sector Climate Action Partnership is developing the capacity to measure emissions in a better way than what an ETS would impose
Angus Kebbell talks with with Rachael Halder of Thriving Southland on how they are energising a growing network of catchment groups to solve local issues locally, while drawing on the wider provincial base of skills
24th Apr 21, 11:26am
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Angus Kebbell talks with with Rachael Halder of Thriving Southland on how they are energising a growing network of catchment groups to solve local issues locally, while drawing on the wider provincial base of skills
Angus Kebbell talks with David Norton about how the already substantial biodiversity profile on farmland needs to be integrated into farm management plans, even as bureaucrats try to mess with progress with their latest fads
17th Apr 21, 11:29am
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Angus Kebbell talks with David Norton about how the already substantial biodiversity profile on farmland needs to be integrated into farm management plans, even as bureaucrats try to mess with progress with their latest fads
Angus Kebbell talks with Rob Stokes over the increasing and unnecessarily acrimonious push by politicians to push high country farmers off their leased properties via compounding bureaucratic strangulation
3rd Apr 21, 11:19am
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Angus Kebbell talks with Rob Stokes over the increasing and unnecessarily acrimonious push by politicians to push high country farmers off their leased properties via compounding bureaucratic strangulation
Angus Kebbell talks with Aslan Wright-Stow from Dairy NZ to discuss Dairy NZ’s role in the He Waka Eke Noa Primary Sector Climate Action Partnership and the development of the farm plan guidance
27th Mar 21, 10:55am
Angus Kebbell talks with Aslan Wright-Stow from Dairy NZ to discuss Dairy NZ’s role in the He Waka Eke Noa Primary Sector Climate Action Partnership and the development of the farm plan guidance
Rural support mental health programs like Good Yarn are increasingly needed as pressures build on farmers. Angus Kebbell talks to Lindsay Wright and finds acceptance of this type of community help is rising
23rd Mar 21, 8:52am
Rural support mental health programs like Good Yarn are increasingly needed as pressures build on farmers. Angus Kebbell talks to Lindsay Wright and finds acceptance of this type of community help is rising
Angus Kebbell talks to AgResearch's Graeme Bourdôt about how the war on weeds is being ramped up with intensive field work and savvy computer models
15th Mar 21, 5:23pm
Angus Kebbell talks to AgResearch's Graeme Bourdôt about how the war on weeds is being ramped up with intensive field work and savvy computer models
Angus Kebbell talks to Jeremy Baker at Beef+Lamb NZ about what they bring to the table on agricultural greenhouse gas emission reduction as part of the He Waka Eke Noa Primary Sector Climate Action partnership
13th Mar 21, 11:59am
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Angus Kebbell talks to Jeremy Baker at Beef+Lamb NZ about what they bring to the table on agricultural greenhouse gas emission reduction as part of the He Waka Eke Noa Primary Sector Climate Action partnership
A senior Waikato farm adviser reports his clients are actively looking for positive leadership and practical ideas from Wellington on the new road to climate sustainability, and notice how lacking it is at present
8th Mar 21, 12:07pm
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A senior Waikato farm adviser reports his clients are actively looking for positive leadership and practical ideas from Wellington on the new road to climate sustainability, and notice how lacking it is at present
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
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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