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20 Oct 2014
Entries are now being accepted in the 2015 New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards, including the New Zealand Sharemilker/Equity Farmer of the Year, New Zealand Farm Manager of the Year and New Zealand Dairy Trainee of the Year competitions. All...

Record turnout in wool referendum, levy narrowly declined
16 Oct 2014 has released the final result of the Wool Levy Referendum and wool growers have voted 42.81% to 57.19% against the levy while the weighted vote from larger enterprises was against the levy 40.12% to 59.88%. The record voter turnout...

Wool Levy voted down in preliminary results
14 Oct 2014
Sheep farmers have narrowly turned down the chance for a Wool Commodity Levy, with the final results to be announced tomorrow. “Whilst we are disappointed in the result, we are pleased with the voter turn out of 47%, which was larger the...

Ravensdown to open new Hornby office
09 Oct 2014
Fertiliser manufacturer Ravensdown is spending more than $20 million on new office headquarters and a revamp of its supply line as it concentrates operations in the Christchurch suburb of Hornby.

Last chance to vote, for NZ sheep farmers
08 Oct 2014
Sheep farmers have only three days left to vote for the Wool Levy Referendum, closing at 2pm this Friday, 10 October. “This is the final call for sheep farmers to decide the future of their wool industry on Friday,” says Rick Powdrell,...

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