From farming stock to lifestyle blocks

Livestock

Increase in use of dairy beef genetics puts more money in farmers’ back pockets

CRV Ambreed is helping dairy farmers beef up their bottom lines with the option of using dairy beef genetics for tail-end mating.

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All About Boer Goats

Learn the uses, and pros and cons of keeping Boer goats on your block or farm.

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A Guide to Stock Handling Facilities

It doesn’t matter how small your farm or lifestyle block is, if you are keeping large livestock, like cattle, or sheep, you’ll need to have a pen or stockyard to handle them.

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Finalists in the Emerging Rural Professional of the Year award inspire

The Farmax Consultant of the Year awards have revealed the high calibre of young people working in the rural industry.

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Tracking feed helps to improve herd productivity

Need a free tool to help track your milk productivity?

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Keeping horses healthy throughout winter

Caring for horses throughout the cold, wet winter months can be an arduous task at the best of times, especially for those who work full time and mostly see their horses in the dark! This article will cover the main areas of winter horse care and with a bit of pre-planning hopefully make your busy days a bit easier.

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Drench Resistance in Cattle

Some cattle parasites just won't go away even after regular drenching, combat drench resistance.

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How to spot signs of lameness in horses

How to spot signs of lameness in horses

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Trimming Goat Hooves

Goat hooves need to be regularly trimmed to prevent injury and disease. Learn how to trim goat hooves yourself.

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How to cut wool contamination

Cutting woolshed contamination of wool could boost farmgate returns by two million dollars a year. Read on for five tips to cut wool contamination in your woolshed.

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