The Ministry for Primary Industries has allocated $30,000 of adverse events funding to help farmers and growers recover from the heavy rain and flooding in August.
Fonterra and the Rural Support Trust announced a three year partnership to improve access to wellbeing and resilience services for farming families who are doing it tough. The first priority is to develop a rural specific national strategy, which is expected to be in place early next year.
Recently Kevin spoke to the host of the The Muster on Hokonui, Andy Muir.
They spoke about:
Foot-and-Mouth (FMD) at the NZ border
NAIT and a sheep tracability system - FMD — What can sheep farmers do?
NAIT tracing in relation to FMD
eASD form - movement of animals - On 24 July 2022, MyOSPRI replaced eASD as...
Our further processing facility at 210 Branxholme Makarewa Road is now open, so we are calling all farmers who have bale wrap stored around the farm to now drop it off.
Our new machinery is specially designed to take your bale wrap (and agri plastics) and process it into small, recyclable pellets. We are beyond excited to bring this service to the south and help farms...
With there being so much talk about Foot and Mouth in the media Federated Farmers wanted to update everyone alongside MPI on what is happening.
Watch the recorded webinar for more information.
A few cases of Monkeypox have been detected in Aotearoa and a larger outbreak is occurring in Australia.
First Mate - Supporting our Seafood Whānau
Feeling tired, sluggish or low on energy? You might be lacking in iron.
NZ Pork have some suggestions how to deal with it.
Following a government contribution of $200,000, the fund is now able to accept donations from the public.
Rural Communities Minister Damien O’Connor has classified severe weather that affected farmers and growers in the Top-of-the-South and the Far North District as a medium-scale adverse event, unlocking...