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B+LNZ and the Meat Industry Association (MIA) hosted officials from the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) as part of the ‘Speak Meat’ programme earlier this month in Hamilton.
One month on from the devastating Kaikoura earthquake, pressure is building on financially-stretched farmers as they deal with seasonal management requirements, alongside trying to repair essential farm infrastructure.
The final of a three-part series on subterranean clover looks at the management challenges associated with growing this early-season clover.
B+LNZ extension manager Alison Whiteford discusses Extension 350, a programme which aims to lift the performance of 350 Northland farmers through an innovative knowledge-sharing approach.
Nearly one month on from the devastating North Canterbury/Kaikoura earthquake, B+LNZ is continuing to work with TeamAg to meet the needs of affected farmers.
The second story in our subterranean clover series focuses on the specific management requirements of this early season clover.
Genetic improvement through selection offers one of the best long-term solutions to reducing reliance on drench. But, where do you start?
The Ministry of Primary Industries has announced an assistance package to help earthquake-affected farmers in the land remediation and repair process.
Response to the Kaikoura earthquake is entering the recovery phase, as farmers get on with day-to-day management, while repairing farm infrastructure and considering their land remediation options.