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In 1969, the first New Zealand Agricultural Fieldays was held at Hamilton’s Te Rapa Racecourse. The Town and Country Fair, as it was known then, aimed to bring rural and urban audiences together to celebrate New Zealand’s farming industry and lifestyle and the contributi...
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Lodge Real Estate’s managing director Jeremy O’Rourke says Hamilton’s residential property market experienced strong sales in January and a positive start to the New Year. The Real Estate Institute of NZ released its residential property data yesterday [15 February] sh...
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CRV Ambreed says Milk Urea readings, supplied daily to most New Zealand dairy farmers, could provide a clear picture of exactly how much nitrogen herds are excreting each day in urine. The herd improvement company was in the news in 2017 with the announcement about its team ...
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A few years ago, one of the business buzz words on everyone’s lips was, “sustainable.” Businesses were sustainable, products were sustainable, strategies were sustainable, packaging was sustainable. What wasn’t sustainable was my tolerance for the word. In fact, I we...
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Facial eczema (FE) is a challenge for many New Zealand farmers. Affected cattle can suffer with skin irritation and peeling, internal damage to the liver and other organs, and it sometimes results in death. FE also leads to a drop in milk production. For farmers in regions p...
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International tyre manufacturer Michelin has purchased a 25% stake in two Hamilton companies, Tyreline Distributors Limited and Beau Ideal Limited, which trades as Beaurepaires. Both Tyreline and Beau Ideal are owned by the Rushbrooke family, who now retain 75% ownership in ...
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This article is about building a personal brand. Now, you might think, “This is not relevant to me. Building a personal brand is something celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Richard Branson do, right?” Well, yes, that’s right, many celebrities spend every day building...
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Momentum Waikato Community Foundation has announced its new CEO is Kelvyn Eglinton, currently Hamilton City Council’s General Manager City Growth. Mr Eglinton will take up the role at the community foundation in mid-March. Founding Chief Executive Cheryl Reynolds has left ...
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The Dairy Women’s Network has begun its recruitment campaign for a new chief executive. Applications for the role are now open, and board chair Cathy Brown says the new CEO will be the face of the 10,000-strong membership organisation with responsibility for leading it to ...
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A $45 million new food spray dryer is being planned for Food Waikato at Waikato Innovation Park, to cope with an increase in demand from the sheep milk industry. The existing open access development spray dryer, which came online just five years ago, is already at capacity, ...
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