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Farmer Kirsten Bryant reflects on 2013's highs and lows, and looks to the year ahead.
Warren and Andrea Leslie’s demo farm projects are focused on maximising lamb income – through a focus on producing twins – and optimising fodder beet use within their beef operation.
The future growth and sustainability of New Zealand’s red meat industry is the focus of a new collaboration between agribusinesses, farmers and the Ministry for Primary Industries.
Improved market access for our red meat products will benefit not only farmers, but New Zealand as a whole, says Kirsten Bryant.
A Beef + Lamb New Zealand demonstration farm project investigating plantain on uncultivatable hill country is looking promising.
The second Beef + Lamb New Zealand demonstration farm trial under way on Whangara Farms is around optimising hogget and lamb production on the operation’s 780ha hogget block.
An Australian practice called containment feeding could have potential in New Zealand during times of drought, suggests Beef + Lamb New Zealand extension manager Aaron Meikle.
South Canterbury farmer Bill Wright has been dying to try feedlotting lambs and last summer’s prolonged dry provided him with just the opportunity to give it a crack.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand is starting a new programme in the King Country designed to support new and aspiring farm managers and owners in the sheep and beef industry.
Primary industries minister Nathan Guy has paid tribute to Rural Support Trust members at a function in parliament, thanking them for their work during the drought earlier this year.